Suse Weber (b. 1970, Leipzig) has developed a distinct vocabulary that she calls “Bildvokabeln”, a vocabulary of symbols, signs and interchangeable modules that reference political, cultural and historical contexts familiar to her from her own background. Having come of age as an artist when the Berlin Wall came down, Weber’s incorporation of such graphics that relate to standards, heraldry, or totems of images speaks a playful yet politically resonant language.