The starting point is the fist as a model for the human brain and as a symbol for struggle, resistance and solidarity. The first part of the text is a neurobiological explanation that points to the situation-dependent dominance of conscious or affective thinking and the resulting actions in threatening situations. It is followed in the second part by a psychological reference to traumas caused by exclusion and the experience of racism.
The publication Visited by a Tiger is a further development of the video work of the same name from 2019 and is based on interviews with the psychologist Dr. Lula Morton Drewes.
Published by Edition Taube, 18.4 × 9.5 cm, Softcover, 2020, 978-3-945900-49-9