A colour-copy of a autumn leaf is set opposite the
original leaf itself. Because the copy was turned upside
down there are very pleasant symmetries. In this work
2001/2002 time plays an essential role as the original
leaf will change its colour and disolve in the end.
The copy is than the original.
This work was inspired by frames from IKEA, just like
Geld wie Heu and The needle in the haystack. All of
them were given as presents at Chrismas 2001
Only two copies of the first use of this concept are
preserved. Böhm later used this concept for many other
projects, including the famous book with the same title
for Debby Rebsch and for a set of ATC for David Dellafiora.