Laura Sperl works at the interface of photography, performance, dance and drawing. The process, movement as well as sunlight play a special role in her works. In contact exposures, such as photograms or cyanotypes, she uses very basic photochemical processes to inscribe bodies, drawings or surroundings into the material. These supports are surfaces of different kinds, from fabrics to her own skin. Thus, she always addresses the necessity of the continuous reflection of oneself in a structure that changes from moment to moment and is constantly reassembled. The role of the physical, of the touch and movement, is examined in this context. The idea of a membrane is taken up again and again, boundaries are sounded out and processes of various kinds in the „in-between“ are suggested.