The neatly positioned rolls of tape in front of a black background symbolize ones and zeros and refer to the binary code – once decoded, a sentence is readable. A work is pointing towards the shift into the digital realm and seemingly focusing on immediate consequences of the pandemic. The series of photographs framed in small matchboxes which are all just halfway open, show photographs taken on a lake. The visible images are also applicable to the current situation, as they are giving way to associations of the refuge to nature and complete isolation. Similarly, the displayed glove receives a new facet: As people try to keep their distance, the border of the human body and the outside world gets a different dimension. For this show, Murzin only reused materials that were already in his studio, such as materials of pre-existent works or other found objects – rethinking the circles of production. In this way, he unfolds new solutions for the production of works in this fast-changing, unpredictable times. The artistic process of reassembling and remixing goes hand in hand with an examination of the current situation and the assertion of different facets to the works. Questions of translation always remain, but a closer look can open up new perspectives and reveal stories.