Book with recent photographic work by Uta Eisenreich, focussing on the shortcomings of our cognitive tool-kit. A NOT B walks us along the fine line between common sense and uncommon nonsense in a realm reminiscent of pre-school books, assessment tests and optical illusions. Uta Eisenreich is fascinated by the attempt to establish order within an inconsistent reality that constantly exceeds the borders of comprehension. She photographs ever-changing combinations of elementary objects arranged by basic methods of classification. From one image to the next, the meaning of things keeps transforming. A web of clues and associations is spun, triggering the viewer to discern underlying patterns and make sense of the illusory correlations of a-logical connections. Design by Julia Born.