The longer Manfred Wakolbinger translates his cosmos into art, the clearer do the relations between his works surface. Working on different sculptures simultanously is a constant he is aware of, one that he practically pursues, yet the links between the sculptures remain an invisible, imaginary web, penetrating everything in the background. With Travellers, he makes the step towards its visualization, towards the concrete mapping of links between his works. He refers back to the symbolic language of Placements, letting the digital objects voyage into real landscapes where they plant themselves in a disturbing manner, conquering the fictive realm. Spherical sounds reference science fiction motives, raising doubt about whether the dune landscape, in spite of cirrostratus clouds, isn’t rather a moon landscape; an otherworldly, unreal scenario.