For our series CCCCCOMA Collab, we work with established locations and institutions with the aim of establishing a dialogue between different cultural and social sectors. For the second issue of this series, we have teamed up with She said, a bookstore for female and queer authors in Berlin Neukölln. We have found many intersections in the way we work and think, such as the idea that cultural content can be made accessible to a broad audience in the least elitist way possible. The show is dedicated to the interface between literature and the visual arts, writing and language as artistic material, and reading and writing as an artistic practice. It brings together nine artists from different media, all of whom approach language and literature in their own special way.