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metal, perspex, salt, lamp
94,5 x 59 x 42 cm

A glass-shelf sculpture opens up the hermetic seal of the other objects. Its shelves suggest floor plans of a building and act as presentation platforms for dissolved and re-crystallised salt. The best analogy to architecture in these works is perhaps when one starts peeling off the little chips off woodchip wallpaper – a rather small intervention, but full of pleasure to gain insight into the construction of things. Furthermore, diverse wall objects and drawings will be presented, which show facets of the research.

press release - Sommer & Kohl, Berlin