Albert Hettinger´s wall sculptures tell of the creation of the world when he preserves

the markings of export trade like a souvenir in his smoothly polished discs of stone.

A “cultural fingerprint“ from the other side of the world, as Albert Hettinger says.

These trademarks look like archaic painting and provide an indication of how, from the

very beginning, we human beings have struggled to grasp our world. As markings for

export, these signs are also a symbol of the unremitting global exchange between

the continents.

Jörg Jung  2012