The text works can be separated into two different categories that are related but still formally distinct. On one hand, there are short paragraphs of opaque and mysterious lists reminiscent of scientific reports or some other kind of observational analyses. Then there are works or series displayed as pairs or groups. They usually feature a full-bleed image (of people, hands or objects) to the left, with an accompanying text piece in the adjoining frame. Like other works, they are concerned with analytical, academic, technical and/or bureaucratic language and human behaviour.
There is an emphasis on pseudo-scientific listing and numbering that illustrates the way individuals and their motivations are classified and evaluated by institutional systems. Whilst the language employed remains technical and unemotional throughout, it presents the viewer with concepts that cannot easily be measured or evaluated, thereby subverting itself. Many of these works formulate a criticism of unquestioned routines and patterns and urge the viewer to rethink their own automatisms, habits and moral attitudes. They also hint at neuroses, contradictions and belief systems influencing our minds and emotions in any context of social interaction.