“Installation no. 29 (Neues Rathaus- New Town Hall),” curated by Julia Draganovic and Barbara Kaesbohrer, was a site-specific installation at Kunsthalle Osnabrück, which is located in a former cloister of a gothic church. Tichy’s exhibition referred to Germany’s influx of new citizens-to-be, the politics of welcoming and exclusion that result from migration, and the question of how to create an inclusive and heterogeneous society. The title of the show refers to a German fairy tale about the citizens of Schilda, who built a new town hall but forgot the windows. In order to bring light to the town hall, they filled buckets and bags with light. In the show, Tichy projected white circles and rectangles on the web-like ceiling vaults of the former church, which morphed and changed depending on where viewers stood. Tichy has chosen the circle and the rectangle as they are central to the history of light projection—the circular lens and the rectangular screen—but even beyond this reference, they represent the most basic forms of life.