In 'aka', Horn's inner self is gone in the instant of completion. The photographs move back in time, our interpretations move forward. We are always new. The photographs are always old, and they always demonstrate past interactions between the artist's inner and outer selves.' - In This Light She Resembles Herself by Dave Hickey
Using drawing, photography, installation, sculpture and literature, Roni Horn’s work consistently questions and generates uncertainty to thwart closure, engaging with many different concerns and materials. Important across her oeuvre is her longstanding interest in the protean nature of identity, meaning, and perception, as well as the notion of doubling; issues which continue to propel Horn’s practice.