The ERBSENZÄHLER (literally: pea counter; meaning: bean counter, nitpicker) is a system consisting of several installations in which pea seeds are individualized, analyzed, classified, and sorted. The project…
Plants might often seem static and object-like to us as our lives play out on different timescales.
A soap bubble usually remains stable for only a few moments – it is a perfectly formed sphere with an iridescent surface that reflects its surroundings. As one…
Based on a candle which – by means of technical intervention – burns down very slowly, the installation VANITAS MACHINE addresses the desire for eternal life and the potential of life-prolonging measures.
Skin cells have been manipulated to grow into predefined patterns and recorded via time-lapse imaging techniques. The cells are forming up to legible text fragments and disperse again over time — visualizing terms culled from the advertising language of care products industry.
An installation composed of several laboratory glass devices that generate audible signals based on a previously encapsuled biological component – a human hair.
A black box that records every detail of its surroundings, but only reveals its own speculative presence.
An abstract miniature golf course becomes the conceptual playground of a philosophical as well as humorous investigation about the nature of thinking.
A garment´s shimmery surface opens up a view onto a microscopic layer of the human body which usually remains invisible to the eye of the observer.
An ordinary umbrella has been turned into a spider-like robotic creature, that´s subsequently moving around in exhibition space fulfilling its new purposes.