UNTITLED (Rambo)

anodized aluminium cast
41 x 62 x 3 cm
2021
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UNTITLED (Rambo)
anodized aluminium cast
41 x 62 x 3 cm
2021

POSSESSED FOOD

efes 42, Linz
2021
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water-ice like looking object on wall:
Untitled (water ice)
31 x 50 x 1 cm
anodized aluminium cast
2021

airmatress on floor:
Untitled (airmatress)
70 x 193 x 20 cm
inflated steel sheets
2021

silver object on wall:
Untitled (spring breaker)
15 x 12 x 0,7 cm
waxed aluminium cast
2021

dark panel on wall:
Untitled
150 x 200 x 6 cm
black-finished steel, led-wire
2021

pizza on floor:
Untitled (Possessed Food)
30 x 30 x 2 cm
anodized aluminium cast
2021

COME AND SEE (Reif für die Insel)

DAIHATSU ROOFTOP GALLERY
90 x 90 x 90 cm
metal sheets, enamel
2021
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Let’s take our thoughts for a walk

Let’s take our thoughts for a walk: when actions and decisions are determined by facts and forecasts, the space of our possibilities seems to shrink before reality. Travel, encounters and living spaces are becoming increasingly virtual, while feelings and somatic reality remain physical. How can balance be restored so that we feel at home in the world? Are we not, since the dawn of humanity, seeking a home in our heads and dreams anyway, as the French philosopher Michel Serres (1930-2019) suggests in his book “Atlas”?

The artworks placed along a 1,200-meter route between the West and East of Dortmund’s city center express the fragility of urban familiarities: they spin both fictional and quite real stories.

Taking my Thoughts for a Walk has been jointly initiated by Dortmunder Kunstverein and Urbane Künste Ruhr.