The 31 photographs by Berlin-based French artist Bilbo Calvez work like psychological interventions. Portraits of personalities from Berlin's cultural scene explore the fascination of the doppelgänger, cutting the almost life-size images from the shoulder to head, like passport photos. Each subject was photographed in pairs, one portrait reflecting on the personality's 'public side', a second showing the personal side. In actuality, the portraits are based on right- and left-brain views, digitally reconstructed into two symmetrical faces that are really shocking. The exhibition plays with ethics to explore and convey ideas of genetic research and digitally manipulated photography.