A selection of sculptures, made out of various materials during my last years of study in the class of Prof. Urs Lüthi in the Kunsthochschule Kassel, Germany.
During this time I worked on a variety of projects dealing with different approaches of ideas and materials. Some sculptures evolved out of the fascination for the aardvark, an awkward animal, which reflected several personal questions.
Besides that I also created works that examined fragmentations and facets in a broader context of usage and form.
13 gemstones made out of polyester resin in a metal shelf
85 cm x 33 cm x 131 cm (h)
Erdferkel / aardvark °1
129 cm x 93 cm x 68 cm (h)
clay, wood, paper, liquid plastic on a wooden pedestal
Erdferkel / aardvark °1 & to win the mare or lose the halter
to win the mare or lose the halter
wool on a cotton base fixed with latex
175 cm x 242 cm
woolen molecules connected with a metal chain in a metal shelf
85 cm x 33 cm x 201 cm (h)
undisclosed reserves & the gist of the matter
32 cm x 20 cm x 19 cm (h)
artificial leather, fabric, silicon, wood, epoxy resin on a wooden pedestal
138 cm x 79 cm x 105 cm (h)
styrofoam, bamboo, paper, fabric, varnish, epoxy resin
125 cm x 70 cm x 142 cm (h)