Multiverse

Titel Multiverse, Raumzeit
Year 2015
Size 46,6 ,x 46 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame 48 x 48 cm , Anti-reflex Museumsglas
Edition 3 + 1 AP
Titel Multiverse, Thoughts feelings things
Year 2014
Size 46,6 x 46,6 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame 48 x 48 cm, Anti-reflex Museumsglas
Edition 3 +1 AP

Titel Multiverse, Fidel Castro
Year 2016
Size 30 x 30 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame Handmade wooden light box
Edition 3

Titel Multiverse, Unearthly Earth
Year 2014
Size 46,6 x 46,6 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame 48 x 48 cm, Anti-reflex Museumsglas
Edition 3 + AP
Titel Multiverse, Teenager
Year 2015
Size 30 x 30 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame
Edition 3
Titel Multiverse, Migrations 1
Year 2015
Size 30 x 30 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame
Edition 3 + 1 AP
Titel Multiverse, Cleaning-lady
Year 2016
Size 10 x 7 cm x 2,5 cm
Photosculpture Pigmentprint on Transparency in plastic-bag
Frame Handmade plexibox 28 x 19 x 4 cm on painted wood frame
Edition 3
Titel Multiverse, Lucens
Year 2016
Size 50 x 50 cm
Photograph Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame
Edition 3

Titel Multiverse, What is which ?
Year 2015
Size 20 x 8 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame
Edition 3
Titel Multiverse, Migration 1
Year 2014
Size 30, 6 x 30,6  cm
Photograph Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame
Edition 3

Titel Multiverse, Refugee
Year 2016
Size 29 x 33 x 6 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat  ( front side )
Frame Plinth 42 x 42 x 100 cm / Plexi box 42 x 42 x 35 cm
Edition 3
Titel Multiverse, Migration 2
Year 2015
Size 46,6 x 46, 6 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame 48 x 48 cm with Museumsglas
Edition 3 + 1 AP
Titel Mulltiverse, Futurist
Year 2016
Size 41 x 26 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on Polycarbonat
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame visible from both sides , Anti-reflex Museumglas 35,7 x 48 x 9 cm
Edition 3

Titel Multiverse, Baumbox
Year 2016
Size  23 x14 x 4,5 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame Handmade white wood-base and plexibox 31 x11 x 21 cm
Edition 3
Titel Multiverse, Migration 3
Year 2016
Size 46,6 x 46,6 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame 48 x 48 cm , Anti-reflex Museumglas
Edition 3 + 1 AP
Titel Mulltiverse, Inner man
Year 2016
Size 21 x 13 cm
Photosculpture Latex print on transparent Polycarbonat
Frame Handmade woodenframe 28 x 19 x 4 cm
Edition 3
Titel Multiverse, Chance
Year 2016
Size 46,6 cm x 46,6 cm
Photograph Pigmentprint on 100 % Cottonpaper, mounted
Frame Handmade wood-box-frame 48 x 48 cm with Anti-reflex Museumglas
Edition  3 + 1 A

VIDEOS

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Multiverse is an ongoing project exploring the physical theory, which is the hypothetical set of infinite possible universes including our own. Individual and collective believe-systems, similar to galactic universes forming together a human “thinking multiverse” :

“Thoughts materialize into something” with their positive outcomes and disturbing clashes of convictions challenging dramatically our socio-political and ecological landscapes at a collective and individual level of existence.

Technology and mechanization continue to speed up, celebrating the old dream of progress for more time and happiness. Technology does bring more freedom, yet living in a world in which rapid realizations, no matter the external conditions contrasting an over-stimulated public bombarded with a cacophony of images and messages. Naturally it changes the way how we live, work, think, feel, believe and interact, however robotics and media will not replace the desire for real space of contemplation and natural, sustaining connection, a survival necessity unchanged since stone-age.

Reconstructing these conceivable ‘inner ‘ and ‘outer‘ cognitive spaces contrasting straight and multi-exposed photographs of portraiture, nature and architecture. Interwoven are ephemeral light-refractions, shadows and temporal voids proving presence of materiality. The holographic like sculptures seem dematerializing photography, each one tells a story and changes depending on the viewer’s standpoint and light source casting shadows. This project attempts to push the boundaries of possible conceptions of photography and the rather unstable nature of our perception. Planned is to expand into installation character contrasting sculptures, images in materiality, as well the scale similar to cosmic constellations.