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Barbara Steppe's portraits interpret information about individuals and their use of time in their daily routines. In each portrait daily lives are evaluated and transformed into specific activity diagrams; As a viewer/interpretor of the portraits one becomes more conscious of his or her own use of time as well as time itself. The activity diagrams are translated into various forms, including architectural models, furniture pieces, musical compositions and paintings. The portrayed are individuals, families, inhabitants of a hotel, users of a bench, employees of an accountant firms, or even anonymous pedestrians passing over of a bridge in Berlin.