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fabric, foam, paper board, wood, plastic foil, plexiglass, ink- jet printings, fluorescent lamps, moth

Garten für einen glücklosen Schatten, 

scaffold, wood, acrystal, fibreglass fabric, reinforced concrete, foam, glass, silicone, polycarbonate, plants, paint, sewing thread, nails, fabric, pearls
Exhibition view, MUDAM Luxembourg

Exhibition view, MUDAM Luxembourg
08/10/2011 - 15/01/2012

Gaststätte Inselparadies, 

concrete, metal, ink- jet printing, gouache on paper
53 × 60 × 60 cm, 29,7 × 21 cm, 42 × 56 cm


concrete, mirror,acrystal, polysterene hard foam
building: 65 × 50 × 37 cm, landscape: 95 × 85 × 25 cm, pedestal: 42 × 42 × 24 cm

Gebäude (Brandwand), 

concrete, chicken wire, polystyrol hard foam
43 × 58 × 57 cm

Gebäude der Vorhersage, Gebäude der Erinnerung, 

fiberglass grid reinforced concrete, plants
20 x 25 x 30 cm, 50 x 55 x 35 cm, 35 x 140 x 35 cm

Geliehene Landschaften

19.11.2005 to 14.01.2006
Projektraum Galerie Nächst St. Stephan, Wien

Glasarchitektur Kap. I, XVIII, XXIII, XCIV, XCIII, 

fabric, thread, pearls, sewing thread
ca. 150 × 150 cm

We live for the most part within enclosed spaces. These form the environment from which our culture grows. Our culture is in a sense a product of our architecture. If we wish to raise our culture to a higher level, we are forced for better or for worse to transform our architecture. And this will be possible only if we remove the enclosed quality from the spaces within which we live. This can be done only through the introduction of glass architecture that lets the sunlight and the light of the moon and stars into our rooms not merely through a few windows, but simultaneously through the greatest possible number of walls that are made entirely of glass —coloured glass. The new environment that we shall thereby create must bring with it a new culture.
( Paul Scheerbart, Glasarchitektur )


glass pieces

Gold Coast, 

fabric, pearls, sewing thread, wire
68 × 49 cm


Wiens Verlag

Gouachen, 64 pages, 28 colored illustrations, sewed, Wiens Verlag, Berlin 2002