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53°30’N (Edmonton)

53°30’N is a collection of five topo­graphic models of mountain-landscapes from different parts of the world, which are on the same latitude as the city of Edmonton in Canada. They will be build in stainless steel in the scale of 1:1.000 and mounted upright on the facing sides of the lanterns on the roof of the North East Transit Garage building. The project was developed for the inter­na­tional public art call to propose a signature artwork for the new building of the NETG.
5 topo­graphic models of mountain-landscapes, each ca. 680 x 700 cm. Client: City of Edmonton, Edmonton Arts Council. Concept 2015, planned completion 2018.

53°30’N (Edmonton)

rebuilding of Cumulus 08.07

The neon­sculpture Cumulus 08.07 was completely destroyed in case of a fire in 2012. The original ‘neon cloud’ has now been completely rede­veloped and trans­formed into a new material.
LED light object 300 x 220 x 160 cm. Client: Licht­prom­enade Lipp­stadt in coop­er­ation with local companies. Concept 2008, Completion 2009, rebuilding 2016.

rebuilding of Cumulus 08.07

20.000 Morgen

32 silver-plated landscape-models at a scale of 1:50.000 for the new building of a guest house of the THW (Federal Agency for Tech­nical Relief) federal school in Neuhausen / Fildern. Client: Institute for Federal Real Estate, Regional Finance Office Karl­sruhe / State Building Department Reut­lingen in accor­dance with the THW (Federal Agency for Tech­nical Relief) federal school in Neuhausen. Completion summer/fall  2016.

20.000 Morgen

24 kt

A nest from approx. 1 kg 24 kt gold in an exterior wall build-in vacuum showcase serves as an investment and a foun­dation for future needs of the new primary school Am Habicht­shorst in Berlin Marzahn-Hellersdorf. A fixed agreement allows the opening of the showcase and destruction of the nest after a minimum of 14 years and convert the proceeds into some­thing that all students, teachers and parents agree on.
Client: Senate Department for Urban Devel­opment and the Envi­ronment and Council of the Berlin Borough of Marzahn-Hellersdorf in accor­dance with ReimarHerbst. Architekten. In process, completion 2018.

 

24 kt

Pink Occur­rence

Inter­aktive fog-sculpture on the bank of the Nowa Motlawa, Stare Dolni in Gdansk/PL. Designed 2012 for the Outdoor Gallery of the City of Gdańsk compe­tition for the Laznia Centre of Contem­porary Art, planned completion 2018.

Radom Cumulus

Designed 2010, realized in 2014 for the Mazovian Centre of Contem­porary Art - Elek­trownia in Radom, Poland. A three-dimensional light object made of 19 layers of curved neon contours, stacked hori­zon­tally on top of each other. The contours form a stylized cumulus cloud that rests on the very edge of the roof above the entrance of the new built museum.

Reflected Ministry

Inter­active Videoin­stal­lation projected onto the glass-facade of the building A3, Cross­buildings (Kreuzbauten) in Bonn. Completion autumn/winter 2014/15.

Reflected Ministry

And honey upon hawthorn grows

Realized in 2013 in the park Nadmorski in Gdansk/PL within the South Baltic Program, Wind Energy in the Baltic Sea Region 2 coor­di­nated by the Elec­trotech­nical Institute Gdansk Branch.

51°15min

Solo Exhi­bition 21. April - 2.June 2013
Städtische Galerie, Im Park, Viersen

54°20min

Solo Exhi­bition 15. Februray - 7. April 2013
Laznia, Center for Contem­porary Art, Gdansk/PL

54°4min

Solo Exhi­bition 15. July - 20. January 2013
Herbert-Gerisch-Stiftung Neumünster

Cumulus 11.08

Realized in 2012 as a permanent instal­lation in the sculpture park of the Herbert Gerisch Foun­dation in Neumünster, Germany. A stylised cloud made from shiny white plastic measuring 300 x 200 x 200 cm is swivel­mounted at a height of 580 cm at the tip of a 450 cm-long hori­zontal crossbeam which swings above the house.

60°N 05°E (encased waterside)

A rectan­gular, polished stainless steel panel measuring 416 m² covers the stony shore of an inner city fjord with a small island. The panel is exactly aligned according to the earth’s coor­dinate system and relates to the area between 60°22’52.55“N / 60°22’51.8“N and 05°20’01.24“E / 05°20’02.32“E. 2010 designed for the Norwegian city of Bergen, installed 2012 as part of the Bybanen Art Program.