Warning: dog
(Vorsicht Hund)

The central point of the work is a photograph of a sign on the gate of one of the houses in Loitz. The drawings are constructed in accordance with rules drawn from that sign. The work contains the entire German alphabet, that is thirty letters inside thirty dogs attached on both sides of fifteen frames. In the center of the work there is a chipboard crate filled with local newspapers and bearing two labels: "mit voller Lunge schreien", "den Hals voll haben". The first one is a paraphrase of the German expression "aus voller Lunge schreien", meaning "to shout very loud", however the version "mit voller Lunge schreien" literally means "to shout with a full lung". The second one is the German expression meaning "to have enough" (literally "to have a full neck").