• Ballmaschinen
    Installation / motor, wood, one ball, var. materials 12 x 2 x 2,50 m, 2010.

    "An essential principle of every game is that the rules are the same for everyone; the starting point of every game is symmetry. The end result of a game is intended to engender asymmetry by producing a winner. This asymmetry is the product of non-structural factors: individual skill or talent, chance, or accident—in other words, an 'event'." 1

    Two identical and improvised wood-constructions shoot via a mechanism with rolls a rubber-ball into the other machine. The ball is shot indirectly into the chute. Both machines work with old and deranged tumble-dryer motors.
    The video documents the installation at Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe during the diploma-exam 2010.
    This work was granted the ZKM Förderpreis, 2010.
    1: Boris Weisman, “Claude Levi-Strauss, Chiasmus and the Ethnographic Journey,” Arachnofiles no. 2 (Autumn 2001)

    Video-Dokumentation

    Ausstellungsansicht: AVU Gallery, Prag, 2011.
  • Over the Rainbow
    Video-Installation / Video, Loop, projector, sound, PVC- tube, wood, prism, 0,40 x 1,50 x 0,30 m, 2011.

    The Installation „Over the Rainbow“ shows a sequence from 1939 movie „The Wizard of Oz“: Judy Garland performing „Over the Rainbow“. The video is concentrated trough a PVC-tube and projected onto a white wall. This ray of light is broken up by a prism into its spectral components (Violet, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Red). This „rainbow“ can be seen as a small line on the white wall.


    Ausstellungsansicht: 26. Stuttgarter Filmwinter, Medien im Raum, 2013.
  • Bruised Egos and Big Heads
    Performance in collaboration with Hannah Cooke, 2013.
    Showmaster: Moritz Thinnes
    Sound: Adam Gawel

    In the Art-Quiz-Performance Bruised Egos and Big Heads two players or two teams challenge each other in a quiz-show.
    Photographs of the 100 most influential people of the art world (according to the ranking Power100.com of Artreview-Magazine) will be shown to the contestants. The contestant/team who knows the right name wins a point. The one with most points wins.
    The winner is awarded the title “The most successful social Player in the art world” and receives a prize.

    Ausstellungsansicht: Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, 2015. / Foto: Mark Brandenburgh