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What fascinates you about creating spatial art?

Boundaries and crossing them is something that has always 

interested me.

For me, art that is bounded by a frame is like a window that allows a limited glimpse into another world. The artist decides what he/ she wants to show. Anything beyond that is not visible to the viewer. What fascinates me is to climb through this window and think of the 

artwork in a 3-dimensional way. When I create a room installation, I have the opportunity to create a work of art that the viewer can enter. The artwork changes depending on the position of the viewer.

It can be explored and discovered. Every room I design is unique. I love playing with spaces, reacting to them or consciously working against them.

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Cell is an anamorphic installation, which means that the circle can only be perceived as a perfect round circle from a certain angle.

From any other perspective it appears distorted. The spectator is invited to look for the point in space where the circle stands like a 3-dimensional object in space.



I often have the feeling that my art only has value when I have suffered to create it. With all the large installations I have done so far, I have gone beyond my own physical and mental limits. Art is something very personal for me. I consciously align my projects in such a way that they present me with challenges.

For me, going beyond my own limits means growing as a person and as an artist.

Tape Art
Tape Art
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Good Spaces Steamwork

Washi tape, fabric tape, foil

Karlsruhe, Germany, 2022

Photos & Videos by: escapismist


Special thanks to:

Dominic Hammer, Manja Gabriel,

Dirk Schwartz, Birk Bauer

Louisa Ziegler

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