Ines Schabers’ work revolves around questions of visibility. Since 2005, Schaber has been engaged in an ongoing research-based project that consists of a series of case studies, texts, and artistic works through which she investigates and tests notions of the archive. In her work, she questions the status of the things that remain hidden, or are kept invisible. The role of photography is central within this field of inquiry. Her work interrogates ways in which photography, as both artistic and popular mass media, defines, fixates, or stashes away things and contents.