"...In Sabine Bokelberg’s works, it is the gaze of the viewer that stumbles repeatedly. For example when a delicate grid, meticulously applied with a tenuous brush, is traced with the blunt and fast stroke of a spray can, the succession, order and speed of the two actions become counterintuitively twisted and entangled. Disturbances like this interrupt the alleged order of things for a moment — a process that Bokelberg calls ‘visual stumbling’..."

Marie von Heyl, 2014, Watch your step! Tiger ahead! On "visual stumbling" in Sabine Bokelberg`s works., catalogue #olok