In his wall objects, Behrens preserves the ceaseless framing of landscapes by rivers, lakes and seas – almost like a snapshot.  An Australian salt lake, the Nasser reservoir in Egypt, the South-Asian Ganges delta: Water becomes form. The technical realization is thereby as complex as the image itself. In the furnace, a plate made of optical glass is lowered over a plastically structured surface. After cooling down, the negative relief emerging on the underside of the plate is silver-plated. The landscape structures based on satellite images are abstracted and while using the technique of sandblasting, they are incorporated in the surface of a glass panel whose surface is colored in light transparent tones. Consisting of three differently pre-processed layers, the wall objects are of a stimulating complexity, their dynamic plasticity being amplified by the reflection of light and environment.