The work o.T. (Hermia) (2016) shows a still from the music video The Hanging Garden by The Cure, which the artist engraved on a granite panel. With its physical weight, the heavy piece contrasts with audio tape collages, as it is the only figurative piece in the otherwise dark and abstract exhibition. The image is of a marble sculpture - an Oceanid nymph from Greek mythology, reminiscent of Venus, which can also find an echo in many of The Cure’s lyrics about the grief of love.
Usually, iconic portraits of famous actresses in their role appear in Hildebrandt’s granite works. For the exhibited work, Hildebrandt uses an image of a sculpture for the first time. In a ghost-like appearance, the sculpture seems to be almost alive and with closed eyes she seems to have her gaze directed to her innermost core, dwelling upon her own thoughts and memories.