|Wenden, 2007. Wool on cotton cloth, stiching, thread 1.15m x 1.78m|
|Face, 2005. Stiching, wool on cotton cloth, 170 x 170cm|
|Thrombosenkelch, 2009, 45 x 84 inches, Wool on cotton cloth|
She has a distinct style which you can see continues throughout all of her work. Hotz maintains a muted, more natural color scheme which mimics the color scheme of our interior bodies. She leaves thread hanging loosely from the work, giving it an unfinished look, which compliments the incomplete narratives in which her characters tell while in media res, and also references the fragility of the human body. Thrombosenkelch is a scene involving two girls entwined in an intimate and fierce moment of wrestling. Contrastingly, Hotz has given the figures a soft, plushy quality as they engage in a painful game of violent beating. The absence of gore in seemingly gory scenes adds to her list of fascinating ideas and also adds a playful nature to her work.