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38 different shapes, 8 silkscreens & 1 booklet

Eine Formenreihe

2014 - 2017 All of the 38 different shapes are made in Japan 2014. They are all blown and shape by

2014 - 2017

All of the 38 different shapes are made in Japan 2014. They are all blown and shape by myself, between 8 to 16 cm high and 7 to 13 cm wide. Some of them are completly closed and others reminds to daily dishes. All of them are playing in proportion and space.
Eight shapes (nr. 8, 11, 14, 20, 28, 32, 37, 38) I select to print them onto handblown glass panels of Lamberts.

Thanks to the Alexander Tutsek Foundation.

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illumination boxes

modern, mobile, nonfunctional hall of mirrors

The base of these illumination boxes are mirror panels, which removed in places the mirror on the front or either on

The base of these illumination boxes are mirror panels, which removed in places the mirror on the front or either on the back side. Some spots stays as a usual mirror.

 

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Flanitz in Frauenau

A Place To Be

July - October 2018 There is a 60 x 110 x 5 cm sized orange glass panel underwater installed. The point of

July - October 2018

There is a 60 x 110 x 5 cm sized orange glass panel underwater installed. The point of view for the visitor is a stump cut to a rectangle and colored orange at the riverside.

On the face of it you see nothing. You have to wait for the light and search for the angle to see the orange glass panel appearing under the water surface. A hidden sculpture in the nature. Like many things in the Bavarian Forest.

This was my first sculpture in the nature made for the exhibition Glas unter freiem Himmel, Galerie am Museum, Frauenau.

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Rittergut Lucklum

Obstupescere

to be flabbergasted A glimmer, disappearing and fluffing up at the same time. Every part of the very thin blown glassfoil reflects

to be flabbergasted

A glimmer, disappearing and fluffing up at the same time. Every part of the very thin blown glassfoil reflects and create a infinite deepness and sublimeness. A whiff of glass.

ca. 2,50 x 3 m x 0,4 m, 2018, glassfoil

this work was part of the exhibition:
Klasse Thomas Rentmeister, Interioria Patent, Rittergut Lucklum, 10.11. - 2.12.2018

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