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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 cast in aluminum 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 2017.

53°30’N (Edmonton)

rebuilding of Cumulus 08.07

The neon­sculpture Cumulus 08.07 that was completely destroyed in case of a fire in 2012 will return by an initiative of curator Dirk Raulf,  the mayor of the city of Lipp­stadt and the savings bank of Lipp­stadt, which is the main sponsor of the Licht­prom­enade. The original ‘neon cloud’ has been completely rede­veloped and trans­formed into a new material.
LED light object made from shaped, clear acrylic bars, 300 x 160 x 160 cm. Client: Licht­prom­enade Lipp­stadt in coop­er­ation with local companies. Concept 2008, Completion 2009, rebuilding 2015.

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. In process, completion 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 and allowance and fixed agree­ments for the destruction and disposal after a min. of 14 years. 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 2017.

 

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 2017.

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.