The artist Lena von Goedeke (*1983) frequently examines surface structures. She utilizes diverse materials such as cement sand, marble, or furniture covers, makes use of 3D programs, interrogates her own work and production conditions, and has developed a language of her own in cut out. There is consequently an ongoing exchange between art and science. Her works are highly aesthetic and conceptually complex, but have one thing in common: making data visible with the aid of surfaces. The new publication takes up precisely this complexity in both its design and text contributions.