Il mostro di Düsseldorf was a duo exhibition in collaboration with Dominik Cosentino. The exhibition space was divided into two separate rooms by a temporary wall. The two rooms had to be entered by two different entries. One room was bright, wide, open and empty at first sight. If one entered this room there was the strong smell of chlorine, coming from a 15m wall painting that Dominik Cosentino realised on one side of the build-in wall. By turning back to the entry one could see a small wooden wall piece by Philipp Boshart wich appeared to be closed and could not be opened. The second room was dark, narrow and directed to one end facing the entry. At the end one could find a small window-like artwork wich opened itself to the visitor.