In her paintings and ceramic works, Klück plays with the often fragmentary, flawed perception of everyday scenes, details from mass-produced products and icons from the so-called collective memory. Her visual elements and repetitive patterns seem familiar, yet unfamiliar at the same time. The carefully chosen references and combinations of materials evoke free associations that, almost paradoxically, can co-exist. On the one hand, they question perception and attention span; on the other, they offer alternative narratives and show multiple possible realities. Her works overtake the meanings: Klück allows that, she lets go of control and makes room for the accidental and intuitive.