“Gespinst”, Theinert’s light installation, consists of various electroluminescence cables stretched through the darkened room at differing angles. If you fix your gaze on the individual light lines, it will be clear that – seen individually – they blink regularly. Yet each is distinguished by its light duration and frequency. A dynamically moving space is formed that manifests itself as much as a sensory experience as a metaphor. The autonomous individuals of our society also form in their totality a complex network of relationships that is ultimately portrayed as an inseparable unit. A case for individualism? Possibly. After all, each light point follows its own law and yet – or precisely because of that – a vibrant whole comes into being.