Winner of the Baloise Art Prize 2003.
The jury described their decision as follows: "Saskia Olde Wolbers links a real-life account of the kind that might be found in any daily newspaper with a world of hallucination and fantasy. In her videos, amoeba-like shapes mirror the content of texts spoken offscreen, accompany them for a while and then move off on their own again. The artist takes the viewer on a slow, suggestive journey of exploration. Like a surgeon probing a body, she draws us into a universe of amorphous shapes where inside and outside have become interchangeable. The artist compellingly juxtaposes today's computer-generated virtual imagery with the handcrafted qualities of analog cinematic processing".