Dornbirn in its old time. At the beginning of my work, which was about the debate on archive photos, I was questioning myself about the term history. What we already know is that history is build out of memories, facts and photos. The famous psychologist Karl Theodor Jasper says that history is an irreversible process of time. The memories about that irreversible process of time is never clear so that there is enough space for interpretation. Exactly at that point my work Dornbirner Zeitschnitte starts: Diverse photographs of the same lapse of time are tied together. Through the mix between them, visual questions are developed. Dornbirner Zeitschnitte shows exemplary visual solutions for different topics of Dornbirn´s history. Topics are for instance the swinging sixties, daily life scenes or the welfare.