The nine metre long wall in the entrance area of the senior citizens home consists of gold anodised panels in front of which a pale pink curtain is mounted bearing printed drawings by the artist. The work is entitled He Loves Me, which is a reference to a book by the artist of the same title.
The competition was for a design for a partition or a screen about 9 metres long for the entrance area of the senior citizen's residential and care home in Waidhofen an der Thaya to achieve a visual separation for the spaces behind it. This basically incidental spatial situation, which would be fine for any image or text, has been used by Maja Vukoje as a highly associative stage with its materials and colour scheme, that she interprets as a screen, a paravent. The elements of this screen are gold Eloxal panels, a pale pink coloured net curtain and prints on this of drawings that relate to the words papar (to hold off/deter) and vent (wind) in a literal manner. The title was provided by a publication of the same name as Vukoje's piece, He Loves Me, which provides the basis for it and the allusion. Now, in a collaboration with Herwig Müller, this publication has been transferred onto the partition that can be seen from both sides. He Loves Me was published in 2003 in a cooperation that followed a concept of, in Maja Vukoje's words, the "forcing of interacting factors" and in this sense, she refers to a mode of interpretation and design that is now mutating into a spatial dimension. Similarly, the artist's drawings have been translated into a larger scale, drawings that come from self-portraiture and situation comedy but "reach a general 'transpersonal' level" by means of "a specific metaphorical language".