The visual artist Anne Hindennach currently lives in Barcelona. Her artistic interests are varied; from graphic design and video to painting and drawing. Lately her work is focused on photography, which she publishes under the pseudonym Hannah Woolf. At the first glance her projects address very different issues. "The gap" (2015), for example, has as subject obviously memory. In "still (a) lives" (2016) the role of women in our society and stereotypes are questioned. "360" (2015) deals with memory and seeks for identity. But by looking at her works more closely a common thread among them is noted. In the projects "Turis" (2011) and "Pain(t)s" (2014) this connector element is manifested in a more obvious way: Here the importance of appearance is in question and also the contradiction between what you can see -what is appears like - and what it really is. The double-reading, the invisible or hidden behind a facade are repetitive subjects. Woolf often uses the limitation of photography - the unique point of view - in her favor and plays with it. The question is: What is it really what we are looking at?