2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the reunification of East and West Germany. After the Second World War, Germany was divided between the allies — with the eastern sector controlled by the Soviet Union. For decades we have seen a steady reveal of untold stories from those living in East Germany, under the dictatorial regime. signs and symbols is pleased to present a group of people walking down a snow covered street, the gallery’s second solo exhibition of Berlin-based artist Ornella Fieres. For this exhibition, Fieres presents works based on a collection of over 700 letters, postcards and photographs from the 1960s – 1980s belonging to a woman living in the former GDR in East Berlin. After finding these materials all within one box, Fieres spent several years processing them through various artificial intelligences. This exhibition presents a glimpse into the transformation of a moment into its essence.