Isabella Kohlhuber (born 1982 Bad Ischl, Austria) lives and works in Vienna where she completed her studies in various artistic disciplines. Her installations, paintings and sculptures are explorations of visual and aural forms of language and communication. She transfers language into space and liquefies writing into image in order to experience interaction with meaning. She torpedoes the conventional process of attempting to capture text or writing through reading. She opens up a new communicative way of acting by removing the illegible hybrid letters from their textual coding and placing them in space as plastic objects, thus endowing them with volume, surface and immediate presence.