The limes - an artificially created marking for the division of extensive territories - is, in the art world, a permanently tackled boundary line. Jasmin Schmidt eliminates the demarcation of genres of pictorial art and combines them into a joint field. She repeatedly crosses these limitations – on the back of old maps, of all things. Schmidt takes up the independent existence of this surface and turns its future determination from definition to imagination. Her large-sized works range between painting and graphic, object and collage.