Walkable installation for two greenhouses, two Teleprompters, and 20 printed acrylic panels
Two industrially manufactured greenhouses form the framework for the installation GLASHAUS. In a staging process, the frames are uncovered (freed from their coverings), spatially arranged and augmented: the permeable scaffolding is used to hang fragments of custom-made panels and objects. Prints and drawings, plants, stones and video screens in various sizes and with visible montage transform the enclosed space into an invented, walk-in laboratory.
This happened in a dialogue between Clas and Paul Steinmann, who use manual techniques and digital tools such as 3D software and virtual reality for both the conceptual methods of image-making and collaboration. In a bidirectional causal relationship, the material is thus linked with the virtual; from the inside as well as the outside, the installation allows kaleidoscopic views in, out and through to image-poetic artefacts, artificial scenes and virtual landscapes.
Animation for Teleprompter #1Exhibition view Kunsthalle Trier Dossier SlideExhibition view Kunsthalle Tier, Detail
Concept, Print Design, 3D-Worlding, Animation, Sound, Setup
In collaboration with: Clas Steinmann
Shown as part of the curated group exhibition "GREAT" at Kunsthalle Trier, 2021.
Curated by: Andreas Hamacher
Kunsthalle, European Art Academy, Trier: Simon Santschi
Awarded w/ “Kunstpreis der Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst Trier e.V.”