Posts Tagged ‘inflatable’


Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

This cube-like object occupies space. The materiality is translucent but not transparent,
creating an intimate and private retreat area. At night the cube is illuminated by an
imitation of television signals which simulates the visibility of private spaces in the cities
at night through the windows, visible from the street.
It seems to be possible to view through the film, but because of the structure it is only
possible to see some distorted structures from behind.
The object is shaped by air, making it impossible to create an accurate cube. It seems that
the higher pressure inside the cuboid creates a hybrid form between cube and sphere.
At the same time the translucent material and this half-organic form embed the object
inside the space, may it be inside or outside, countryside or in the city and changes its
appearance in every different environment.




realized at campbasel, Basel, Switzerland



installed at A | B | Contemporary Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

generously supported by P.M Schultes,

black morula

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

realized at campbasel

ATMERS (a work in progress)

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

cartographies of everyday at sea – art residency

Atmers are kinetic inflatable objects which try to reflect on the surrounding environment and its health state through repetitive movements which resemble breathing.

developed at Stavanger/Flörli, Norway
realized at
kultivator, art and agriculture, Öland, Sweden

As we were at a farm, the first step was to create a working space. What would be a better place for some artistic-scientific research than a kitchen ? Fortunately Kultivator has a so called Outdoor-Kitchen, which was not in permanent use, so this approved to be the perfect place to feel the environment and to create art. When the weather was bad, or it was to cold, we changed to a not yet finished residency space, where a bed had to take the function of a table.


In a future version of the project, the health state of the inflatable objects will be triggered by sensoric input. In this case I used myself as a sensor, trying to feel the environement and transfer this emotions in the breathing algorithms.




nida art colony,  Curonian Spit, Lithuania

Here we were encouraged to show our works in progress during the open studio event on the 27.8.2011  as this was generally an indoor event I placed the Atmers next to one of our sleeping rooms which we converted into studiospaces.




morula – zellhaufen, first grouping / growth of the first cells, process 2011-

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

generously supported by P.M Schultes,

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