This book represents the most comprehensive collection of all the DAIM career, German artist active in the writing scene for a quarter of a century: 25 years. DAIM s programme comprises the construction, as well as deconstruction of a word. DAIM-graffitis can be seen as fixed images of a word-formation that is constantly threatening to reassemble, denying access, escaping the demands of tangibility and, thereby, remain free and sovereign. With every new DAIM-piece, Mirko Reisser takes possession of another piece of the world; and with every new DAIM-piece, the world takes possession of another piece of Mirko Reisser. "Shaping the character of letters and at the same time, discovering one s own" is his dictum. The character of the letters remains variable, abstruse, in short: ambivalent (and, thus, subversive). In between construction and de-construction, two- and three-dimensions, complexity of shape and simplification of content, between seclusion and an invitation to communicate, Mirko Reisser s works reveal the unfathomable rift of the world at the crossing of which the beholder increasingly struggles."