In 1987 Bacardit travels to Berlin, where she will reside for one year. It will be in this city where her palette will recover the color, though she will still use the same topics from the previous stage: the unexpected changes of life and the presence of the death. For it, she will use the visible war signs in the buildings of the Wall-divided city.
She gets to the city without knowing the language, which will allow her to do some introspection and take distance with the environment she will be living in. That's why the exhibition in the gallery Vendemmia will be entiteled "This, my silence ".
Provided that her economic situation does not allow her to acquire another material, she keeps on using paper and carton for her paintings.
She lives and works in a lent apartment in Kreuszberg, an area of Western Berlin inhabited mainly by Turkish immigrants and by youth from alternative movements.
The apartment has a wide room that will allow her to work on big size works. The walls of this room will become her easel, where she sticks with adhesive tape the papers and cartons on which she will paint.
Pigments with latex on paper
155 x 100 cm