Susanne Stähli focuses on the fluid properties of color. Inks seem to her to be better suited for this than watercolors, because they are far more transparent than the latter. As a result, Stähli's paintings appear at first glance like glass bodies, vases, or aquariums that combine very painterly with their background. The varying density or permeability results from the intensity of the pigmentation, which she can consciously control by adding liquid. In such a painting process it is necessary to engage in coincidences as they arise in the course of the painting process.