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.
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.
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.
Stereoscopic photo on lenticular foil, three panels, 360 x 180 cm, 2012.
Group of drawings, ballpoint on paper, 27 x 35 cm, produced between 2010 and 2012.
Group of drawings, ballpoint on paper, 27 x 35 cm, produced between 2005 and 2011.
Blau Weiß (Blue white)—Group of drawings, ballpoint on paper, 50 xi 50 cm, produced between 2005 and 2008.
Sawn out of a wooden panel made of rough box wood, measuring, 70,0 x 157 cm, 3 cm thick, (Edition of 10), 2013
Sawn out of a wooden panel made of rough box wood, measuring, 64,0 x 61,5 cm, 3 cm thick, (Edition of 10), 2013
1:10 porcelain model of the work Cumulus Berlin in an acrylic showcase measuring 31 x 21.5 x 16 cm as a limited edition object (edition of 5 copies), 2011.
Silver-leaf 1:100 plastic model of the work 60°N 05°E (encased waterside) measuring 25.3 x 16 x 10 cm as a limited edition object (edition of 5 copies), 2012.
A recreated street light from the small town of Port Saint Mary on the Isle of Man, United Kingdom, 54°04’20.77“N 4°44’18.07W. Aluminium, wood, plastic, fog generator, 2012, height: 3 m.
Light-Object, a wooden box with mirror wall paneling inside, transformers, neon-letters, 100 x 95 x 70 cm, 150 kg, 2012
Light object made from neon outlines suspended on thin steel ropes, luminous blue, ca. 300 x 210 x 160 cm, chrome-plated steel sheets, 2011.
Two channel video projection on opposing panels, DV PAL, 8:30 hrs and 6:15 hrs. Produced during a 3-month stay in Wiesbaden, Germany, in 1998. Installation shown in the Kunsthalle Münster 2002.
4 channel video installation. Exhibited 2005 at the Fundació Joan Miro, Espai 13, in the series Obsessions, (zero % standard), Barcelona/Spain.
Historical Chart of the Accurata Utopia Tabula (J. B. Homann around 1700) with complete index as a backlit slide in a light box, stainless steel frame 195 x 145 x 3 cm, 2004.
Thirty flower vases, donated by friends of the Kunstverein, for thirty days of the exhibition. Kunstverein Eislingen 1995.
Views 1992 - 2014
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.
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.
Randomized neonsigns marking the former frontier crossing point Oberbaumbridge Berlin. Realised in 1997. Commissioned by the Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development and the Environment as a permanent marker on the Oberbaumbrücke, the former border crossing between East and West Berlin.
Realised in 2010 in the garden courtyard of the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection in Berlin.
A vertical gasflame, realised as part of the exhibition project “Auf zu den Sternen” (To the Stars) organized by the Brandenburgischer Kunstverein from September 2000 to March 2001 on the Schiff bauergasse industrial site in Potsdam.
Designed in 2008 for the sculpture path “Lichtpromenade” (Promenade of Light), realised in 2009 in Lippstadt, Germany.
Film production for Potsdamer Straße in Berlin. Not realised. Winner of the 2005 competition “Potsdamer Straße—Künstlerische Installation(en) zur Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte” (Potsdam Street—Artistic Installation(s) relating to the history of art and culture).
A large scale slide in a light box, 230 x 180 x 12 cm, at the Berlin S-Bahn station Unter den Linden, as part of the “transportale”, April – May 2003.
Luminous red neon text spelling “Milch & Honig” in back-to-front letters in the old city harbour of Wismar. Installed in 2005 during “Zum Wasser—ins Licht”, Kunst im Stadtraum Wismar. (To the Sea—into the Light, Art in Urban Space in Wismar).
A steel profile frame with white and blue neon letters running around it and a round hole in the ground, realised as part of the Wiesbadener Kunstsommer “Wo bitte geht’s zum Öffentlichen?” (2006 Summer of Art, Wiesbaden, Germany “Show me the Way to the Public Sphere!”).
Intervention with three men on a balcony covered in flowers on the Wiesbadener Rathausmarkt, 24th of August 2000 – 16th of September 2000.
Realised in 2002 in the Martin Gropius hospital in Eberswalde, Germany. Commissioned by the Bernau State Planning Office and the Brandenburg Ministry of Finance.
Five large flatscreens inserted between the pillars of the atrium of the Eberswalde regional hospital show hands walking on their fingertips. Realised in 2002 in the Martin Gropius hospital in Eberswalde, Germany. Commissioned by the Bernau State Planning Off ice and the Brandenburg Ministry of Finance.
Glazed section, measuring 250 x 140 cm, of the brick back wall of the exhibition hall of the Kunsthalle Münster, 2002, a visitors’ bench, construction spotlights mounted on the inside and outside.
A protective wall of approximately 1,500 sandbags in front of the Kunsthalle, realised in 1993 on the occasion of the exhibition “Kunst im Weltmaßstab” (Art on a World Scale) at Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany, as a Thomas Bauer project (Thorsten Goldberg and Wieland Bauder).