Breaking too much glass is an old German expression, that dates back to 16 year hundred where the fragility of human luck was compared to the fragility / breakabilty of glass. Somebody breaking too much glass means being a trouble-maker: interrupting everybody else’s peace or illusion. Breaking Glass is about my relationship to my upbringing in Germany and the influence  of the conditioning through my family and my culture. Objects, like the tulips, the coffee cup, the iron are strongly related to German rituals of daily life at the time in which I grew up. Breaking Glass is a way to make peace with my upbringing, to understand my cultural conditioning and developing new perspective about my childhood in Germany.