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Delphine arrived in Berlin in 2013. There, people called her "Dolphin".

Dolphin is the vernacular for an aquatic mammal. The name is originally from Greek δελφίς (delphís), "dolphin", which was related to the Greek δελφύς (delphus), "womb". The animal's name can therefore be interpreted as meaning "a fish with a womb". Delphis is an excellent swimmer, known for being friendly as she always seems to be smiling at you. The Dolphin produces a variety of vocalizations, usually in the form of clicks and whistles.

In ancient Greece, in Delphi, the city of Dolphins, above the door to Apollo’s temple, one could read the statement: “Know thyself and thou shall know the Universe and God”. The first part of this sentence traveled through time as a philosophical urge. The second part however has been largely forgotten. What is surrounding us has no end and no beginning. It is a part of ourselves and the path to Truth.

Inside the temple sat the Oracle on a three-footed stool looking down a crack in the ground and predicting the future from a plume of smoke that emerged from it. Delphi knew the secrets of the gods and invited the visitor to explore their true self with humility and honesty.

Delphine sits across from you and reflects your questions back to you. She speaks no word.
Looping, mapping and dancing, she calls forth secrets from within.