1606 (TLV)

 

Second site specific photo installation of ›Bauhaustreppe‹ using photographs of the eponymous painting of Oskar Schlemmer and of the stairway at Bauhaus Dessau itself. The two-storied installation incorporates stairs at Braverman gallery (built in 30ties International Style). Corresponding to the Roy Lichtenstein mural (1989) at Tel Aviv Museum: Lichtenstein here reacts on a huge ramp opposite the painting. Besides quotating a selection of paintings from the museums collection he integrates parts from Schlemmer's famous painting of 1932, ›Bauhaus Stairway‹, what ›subtly acknowledges the influence of Bauhaus architecture on the construction of Tel Aviv in the 1930's, and may remind some that it was the Nazis who closed the famous school, in 1933.‹

(The New York Times, 1989)

 

 


 

Bauhaus Staircase –

Dessau, New York, Tel Aviv, 2016

photo installation

Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

www.bravermangallery.com

309 × 334 1/2 (784 × 850 cm), 2100 photographs, each 14 1/2 × 9 1/2 (36.7 × 24.3 cm),
black white laser prints, wallpaper paste

 


 

 

 

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1511 (MOMA) W

 

A site-specific installation at MoMA focussing on the MoMA ›Bauhaus Staircase‹ built by Philip L. Goodwin and Edward Durell Stone in 1939 referring to the Bauhaus Dessau International Style building by Walter Gropius (1926). The photo installation combines images of the architectural situation at MoMA and its ›original‹ in Dessau together with photographs of the ›Bauhaus Stairway‹ paintings by Oskar Schlemmer (1932) and Roy Lichtenstein (1988).
Commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art,
New York.

 

Bauhaus Staircase, 2015

photo installation

exhibition:

Ocean of Images – New Photography 2015

The Museum of Modern Art, New York
www.moma.org
150 3/4 × 555 1/2 (383 × 1411 cm),
4397 photographs, various sizes,
black white laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1512 (FOLK) ED

 

By the end of the exhibition ›(Mis)Understanding Photography‹ the photo installation ›Große Kniende‹, see 1405 (FOLK), had been deinstalled. A collection of five of the hereby obtained décollages was reproduced and printed on large-scale posters. Folded in a box they were published by Kunstring Folkwang together with two texts (by Peter Daners, Florian Ebner und Michael Hering). In collaboration with Atelier Bernd Kuchenbeiser.

 

Décollages of the Large Kneeling Boys, 2015
Edition Kunstring Folkwang
www.kunstring-folkwang.de
five posters 63 × 35 (160 × 89 cm) each, folded 10 2/3 × 17 1/3 (27 × 44 cm)
box cardboard, offset print
edition 600

 

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1511 (MOMA) B

 

A leporello of almost ten metres length assembling the entire photo material captured in Dessau and New York for the ›Bauhaus Staircase‹ photo installation.

 

Bauhaus Staircase, 2015

book object
19 7/8 × 15 1/6 × 8/9 (50,5 × 38,5 × 2,3 cm),

10177 photographs,

pigment print on Hahnemühle Rice Paper, 

silkscreen print cover

 

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1504 (CINEBAL)

 

For one of the yellow colored Meeting Points at Munich Re office premises, Ciné-Bal at Aubette in the City of Strasbourg was transfered.

In 1926 the interior design of the leisure centre of Aubette (right wing), was entrusted to the avant-garde artist Theo Van Doesburg together with Hans Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp. Ciné-Bal is one of a few rooms being restored between 1985 and 2006.

The Sauerbruch Hutton architectures underlying color concept gave cause to this idea.
With the kind permission of the
Museés de la Ville de Strasbourg
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Ciné-Bal, 2015
permanent photo installation

Munich Re, business premises
Berliner Straße, Munich, Germany

www.munichre.com/corporate-art

118 1/8 × 236 1/4 (300 × 600 cm),
1153 photographs, each 6 1/3 × 9 1/2
(16.1 × 24.3 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1501 (NYC)

 

Photographs of a three-month stay in New York. The journey was made possible through a travelling scholarship from the Bavarian State Ministry for Science, Research and the Arts, 2010.
1209 (UN) is a 242 image part of this collection.

 

I ❤ NY, 2011 ∕ 2015

book object
13 3/4 × 11 3/4 × 5 1/3 (35 × 30 × 13.5 cm),
16656 photographs, 5552 pages,
color laser prints, plasticised cover

 

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1407 (ARLES)

 

Transformation of the so-called ‹Hall› room, a third (and last) of Hanne Darboven’s altogether 28 studio and living spaces in Hamburg-Harburg installed in the ‹Grande Halle›, a former industrial hall of the SNCF Arles, France. Shown together with the 48 volume book-object 1205 (HD), and 13 copies of 1310 (HDT D LC).

Installations of two other Darboven rooms please see 1205 (HDT) and 1211 (HDP) .

 

HD (Hall), 2014

photo installation
Les Rencontres d'Arles Photographie,
Prix Découverte
Atelier de Chaudronnerie
www.rencontres-arles.com
www.discovery-award.com
122 × 1224 1/2 (310 × 3110 cm), 8783 photographs,
each 8 1/6 × 5 1/2 (21 × 14 cm),
color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1405 (FOLK)

 

George Minne‘s sculpture ‹Kneeling Youths at the Fountain›, which one could name a ‹nucleus› of the Museum Folkwang (being commissioned by the collector Karl Ernst Osthaus and placed in the entrance hall of the first Museum Folkwang in Hagen 1905 ∕ 1906, later transfered to Museum Folkwang Essen) was photographed from various perspectives. The images were installed in the lobby of the recently inaugurated extension building of Museum Folkwang designed by David Chipperfield.

 

Large Kneeling Boys, 2014

photo installation
exhibition: (Mis)Understanding Photography
Works and Manifestos
Museum Folkwang, Essen
14 June – 17 August 2014
www.museum-folkwang.de
163 × 328 (414 × 835 cm), 1050 photographs
each 17 1/2 × 11 1/2 (29.5 × 44.5 cm),
black and white laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1401 (BOOKS)

 

In the exhibition the closed books were presented as objects on pedestals. It was only in conversation of the artist with curators and book experts that the books were opened and discussed. Aside from photographic works, editions and décollages of previous exhibitions were presented.

 

Books, 2014
Barbara Gross Gallery, Munich
www.barbaragross.de

 

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1401 (TRU)

 

Development process of three images for conversation niches in the entrance hall and along the ‹promenade› of the Trudering College.
A project for QUIVID, the city of Munich’s Art in Architecture program
www.quivid.de

 

Space in Space, 2014

3 permanent photo installations, Art in Architecture

Academic High School Trudering, Munich
Munich Building Department
Felix Schürmann Ellen Dettinger Architects
www.schuermann-dettinger.de
3 images each 6' 7" × 19' 8" (200 × 600 cm),
color laser prints, wallpaper paste,
multi-layered laminated safety glass

 

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1310 (HDT D LC)

 

By the end of the exhibition 1205 (HDT) 248 décollages of which dimension and shape can not be influenced during the act of dismounting did accrue. For this artist book the entirety of the décollages was reproduced and printed on 63 Pantone colors following a claviature of 43 + 20 colors conceived by Le Corbusier for Salubra, a swiss wallpaper manufacturer in 1931 and 1959.

 

HD (Turm) D LC, 2013
book object
13 3/4 × 9 4/5 × 1 3/8 (35 × 25 × 3.5 cm)
248 photographs, 252 pages,
offset print, 63 Pantone colors on Affiche Paper,
cover silkscreen print on bitumen paper
edition 63

 

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1303 (DES) W 2

 

Transformation of the Albertinums’ ‹Rodin Showcase› in the archive room Baroque to the Present.
Presented behind examples from the Dresden
Sculpture Collection. For further information
and to view the rear side of the display see 1303 (DES) W 1.
Exhibition Design Karl-Heinz Klopf
www.khklopf.at

 

Display 2 ∕ Torso 2 (Rodin – ZV 1737), 2013
photo installation
exhibition: de sculptura – Looking into the
Dresden Sculpture Collection
Museum of Salzburg   
www.salzburgmuseum.at
33' 3" × 12' 8" (388 × 1013cm),
2416 photographs, each 10 × 6 1/2" (25 × 16.5 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1303 (DES) W 1

 

The exhibition ‹de sculptura› comprises a selection of 19 works from the Dresden Sculpture Collection, an exemplary survey of the history of sculpture. The selection encompasses a male torso from antiquity and a torso by August Rodin from the latter 19th century. Two archive rooms from the Albertinum were depicted in Salzburg. See here the ‹Transparent storeroom›, to view the ‹Rodin Showcase› see 1303 (DES) W 2.
A co-operative exhibition between the Museum of Salzburg and the Dresden City Art Collection
www.skd.museum

 

Display 1 ∕ Torso 1 (Hercules – Hm 093), 2013
photo installation
exhibition: de sculptura – Looking into the
Dresden Sculpture Collection
Museum of Salzburg
www.salzburgmuseum.at
33' 3" × 14' 7" (1013 × 447 cm), 3178 photographs, each 8 2/3 × 5 2/3" (22 × 14.4 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1211 (FLUCHT)

 

In collaboration with Sebastian Hirn:
One of the two pedestrian passageways which normally comprise the public underpass of the Altstadt Ring in Munich, was closed to through-traffic. The remaining open passageway was marked as a replacement route. Both the tunnel and the American Desert panorama later became part of the interdisciplinary event ‹Getaway Space›.
With the generous support of the Munich Capital City Cultural Department
www.fluchtraeume.de

 

Getaway Space, 2012
temporary walk-through installation
photo installation for a stage set
Maximiliansforum, Munich
www.maximiliansforum.de
9' 6" × 29' 6" × 137' 8" (290 × 900 × 4200 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste, timber and metal construction

 

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1211 (HDP)

 

Transformation of the so-called ‹Horse› room, one of Hanne Darboven’s 28 studio and living spaces in Hamburg-Harburg installed in the office space of Gallery Katharina Bittel in Hamburg. As well as the 48 volume book-object 1205 (HD), also included were close-up images of the photo installation 1205 (HDT).

 

HD (Horse), 2012
photo installation
Gallery Katharina Bittel, Hamburg
www.galeriebittel.de
12' 5" × 35' (379 × 1068 cm)
4715 photographs, each 7 × 4 2/3" (17.8 × 11.9 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1209 (UN)

 

242 photographs of the United Nations Secretariat Building in the UN Headquarters, New York. As part of a comprehensive renovation, the glass façade of the Oscar Niemeyer and Le Courbusier 1950’s building was completely replaced. The photos were taken during a three-month travelling scholarship from the Bavarian State Ministry for Science, Research and the Arts, 2010. The book production was made possible through the kind support of Erwin and Gisela von Steiner Trust, Munich.
www.steinerstiftung.de

 

UN 242, 2010 ∕ 2012
book object
26 5/6 × 20 5/6 × 1 1/2 (68 × 51 × 4 cm)
242 photos, 242 pages,
pigment print on polyethylene, silkscreenprinted cover

 

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1205 (SIX) W

 

For the duration of the anniversary exhibition ‹The Sistine Madonna – Raphael's iconic painting turns 500› in the Dresden State Art Collection’s Old Master’s Painting Gallery, the Sistina was removed from its usual place on the First Floor level at the end of the connecting rooms of the Painting Gallery. A Gobelin tapestry was hung in its place.

Since in February 2016 the museums east wings renovation has been completed (no longer red walls but gray ones now) the tapestry was hung again and will be on view until 2018, www.skd.museum

 

Sistina 2012 (Gobelin), 2012
Gobelin Tapestry, on view until 2018
Old Master’s Painting Gallery
Semperbau am Zwinger, Dresden
www.skd.museum
22' 3 5/6" × 30' 4 1/6" (680 × 925 cm),
wool, cotton, silk, synthetic yarn

 

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1205 (SIX) B

 

224 Detailed images from Raphael’s painting the Sistine Madonna. On the occasion of the exhibition ‹The Sistine Madonna – Raphael's iconic painting turns 500› the book was displayed on a Gottfried Semper designed table in the Sistine Room of the Dresden State Art Collection’s Old Master’s Painting Gallery.


 

Sistina 2012 (Book), 2012
book object
26 5/6 × 20 5/6 × 1 1/2" (81 × 54 × 5 cm)
224 photographs, 224 pages,
pigment print on Hahnemühle Rice Paper,
embossed cover

 

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1205 (HDT)

 

Transformation of the so-called ‹Tower› room, one of Hanne Darboven’s 28 studio and living spaces installed in an exhibition on the Grid in Art after 1945.

The artwork ‹For Sol LeWitt – The Month March› by Hanne Darboven is exhibited as well. The sculpture of Sol LeWitt within can also be found in the ‹Tower› viewed from various perspectives.
With the kind permission of the Hanne Darboven Trust

www.hanne-darboven-stiftung.org

 

HD (Tower), 2012
photo installation
exhibition: Tracing the Grid. The Grid in Art after 1945,
Museum of Art, Stuttgart
www.kunstmuseum-stuttgart.de
29' 10" × 53' 10" (880 × 1643 cm),
4483 photographs, each 13 7/8 × 9 1/4" (35.3 × 23.5 cm), black and white laserprints, wallpaper paste

 

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1205 (HD)

 

This 48 volume book object collects together photographs from the three largest of Hanne Darboven’s total of 28 copiously-filled studio and living spaces. ‹Tower›, ‹Horse› and ‹Hall› are the names of the chosen rooms.
The photographs were made possible through the kind permission of the Hanne Darboven Trust.
www.hanne-darboven-stiftung.org

 

HD 12.12.2011 — 24.12.2011, 2012
book object
48 volumes, each 12 1/5 × 9 1/2 × 2" (31 × 24 × 5 cm)
23380 photographs, 23380 pages
black and white laser prints on 80gsm Biotop environmentally-friendly paper,
plus 3548 colour laser prints on parchment paper, embossed buckram covers

 

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1204 (MSU)

 

Two details from a photomontage of the ‹Sistine Madonna› as featured in the anniversary exhibition ‹The Sistine Madonna – Raphael's iconic painting turns 500›.

 

Sistina 2012 (edition I and II), 2012
special Edition of State Art Collection Society
www.freunde-skd.de
15 1/3 × 12" (39 × 28 cm),
pigment print on Hahnemühle

 

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1204 (KR)

 

A room-sized, closed, viewable cabinet situated in the centre of a stage-like room-installation, solely intended as a ‹Déjà-vu› commemoration of Raphael’s ‹Sistine Madonna› (the most-reproduced of the world’s artworks). Situated at the far end of the Old Master’s Gallery of the State Art Collection in Dresden, the work appears to the visitor descending the stairs, to be free of any spatial constraints.

 

Sistina 2012 (viewing cabinet), 2012
installation
exhibition: Déjà-vu? The Art of Replication from Dürer to YouTube
Karlsruhe Public Art Gallery
www.kunsthalle-karlsruhe.de
12' 9" × 14' 9 1/6" × 50' 10" (390 × 450 × 1550 cm)
8361 photographs each 4" × 6" (10 × 15 cm), color laser print, wallpaper paste, wood construction

 

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1204 (HIH)

 

A single-room apartment of an ‹erudite cinema-lover›, installed on the fourth-floor of the Kehrwiederturm, Kunstverein Hildesheim.

 

Munich, 13 – 22 March 2006, 2012
photo installation
exhibition: Tower Room
Kunstverein Hildesheim
www.kunstverein-hildesheim.de
10' 10" × 86' 4 1/2" (330 × 2630 cm),
3734 photographs, each 7 1/4 × 10 7/8" (18.4 × 27.5 cm),
color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1202 (PB)

 

On the occasion of the Goldsmith Peter Bauhuis’s exhibition ‹Similtanea›, 2258 photographs of shelves and 3447 photographs of worktables in the artist’s studio were produced. A selection of photomontages appeared in his catalogue and on some of his exhibition and showcase posters.
Publication refers to Publications 1201 (ABC).
www.artfree.de

 

Untitled, 2012
photomontages
8 images as catalogue reproductions
each 10 × 7" (25 × 17 cm)
5 images as showcase posters
each 4' 6" × 3' 2" (133 × 97 cm)

 

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1202 (B ∕ K)

 

A representation of the second action of the interdisciplinary project ‹Re-enacting the re-enactment› by Sebastian Hirn in the Jena Theaterhaus under the title ‹Life is Tough Game›, an evening about romanticized pathos and the long tradition of German artist’s self-staging, as part of the festival ‹Crying out for Love – German Pathos Week›.

 

reenacting the reenactment
Sketches of Germany 2, 2012
photo installation for a stage set
Jena Theaterhaus
www.theaterhaus-jena.de
Action 2, 12 February 2012
9' 7" × 102' 5" (289 × 3123 cm)
258 black and white laser prints each 1' 11 1/4" × 2' 9" (59.4 × 84.1 cm), wallpaper paste

 

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1110 (B ∕ K)

 

Based on Johannes R. Becher’s and Francisca Fuß’ attempt at a double suicide such as was made by Heinrich von Kleist and Henriette Vogel, the interdisciplinary project ‹re-enacting the re-enactment› by Sebastian Hirn examines German artists through drama, music, dance and visual art, from their sometimes pathetic self-staging to their longing for social-political engagement.
A co-production between the Munich State Department of Culture, the Jena Theaterhaus and the Rodeo Munich Dance and Theater Festival 2012.
www.sebastianhirn.de

 

reenacting the reenactment
Sketches of Germany 1, 2011
stage-like photo installation
Maximiliansforum, München
www.maximiliansforum.de
Action 1, 28 October 2011 and
Action 3, 01 June 2012
each 2 × 9' 6" × 102' 6" (2 × 289 × 3123 cm), 2 × 258 black and white laser prints each 1' 11" × 2' 9" (59.4 × 84.1 cm),
wallpaper paste

 

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1108 (MOD)

 

The Late Baroque main altar of St. Martin’s church, Marktoberdorf, was to be reproduced with a multitude of single images in a three-storey high light shaft in the Marktoberdorf Künstlerhaus on an almost life-size tailor-made display wall. Working closely with local carpenters, the construction technique of the reverse side would simulate the church’s original stage backdrop-like framework.

 

Model of St. Martin’s church altar, 2011
photo installation
exhibition project (not realized)
Marktoberdorf Künstlerhaus
www.kuenstlerhaus-marktoberdorf.de
42' × 19' 8" (1280 × 600 cm),
310 photographs each 2' 3" × 3' 5" (68 × 103 cm),
inkjet prints, wooden construction

 

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1011 (TK)

 

A mold was made of one of the two recessed Crosses on the late Romanesque church tower that stands opposite the presbytery, a positive cast was taken which was then inserted into the wall above the entrance to the parish hall.

 

Untitled, 2010
casted cross
realization together with Christian Greischberger and Timothy Hanghofer
Presbytery of St. John the Baptist Church, Taufkirchen
www.st-johannes-tkf.de
4' 5" × 3' 10" × 4" (135 × 118 × 10 cm), plaster, steel reinforcement

 

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1010 (DG)

 

Transformation of the reconstructed Merzbau of Kurt Schwitters in the Sprengel Museum Hannover, installed in the spaces of the DG gallery, scale 2:1.

 

KdeE (Cathedral of Erotic Misery), 2010
photo installation
exhibition: Ephemeral

Gallery of the DG German Society for Christian Art, Munich
www.dgfck.de
19' 4" × 57' 9" (590 × 1760 cm), 3271 photographs, each 1' 3" × 10" (38.4 × 25.7 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1006 (FS) W 2

 

Transformation of various views of the bestiary columns in the historical crypt of the Freising Cathedral, installed in the octagonal hall of the Freising Cathedral Museum.

 

Crypt (Freising Cathedral), 2010
photo installaion
exhibition: Layered
Freising Cathedral Museum
www.dioezesanmuseum-freising.de
11' 10" × 67' 5" (360 × 2056 cm), 4734 photographs each 6" × 9" (15.6 × 23.3 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1006 (FS) W 1

 

Transformation of the Sculpture depot of the Freising Cathedral Museum, installed in the Freising Hall of the museum, scale 1:3.

 

Sculpture depot (Freising Cathedral Museum), 2010
photo installation
exhibition: Layered
Freising Cathedral Museum

www.dioezesanmuseum-freising.de
12' 3/4" × 99' 6" (368 × 3033 cm), 7748 photographs each 6 3/4 × 10 1/8" (17.3 × 25.8 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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1006 (FS) B

 

Images of the Sculpture storage area of the Freising Cathedral Museum

 

P ∕ 3_e.f.g.h, D ∕ 5_e.f.g.h, D ∕ 6_a.b.c.d, 2010
book object
3 volumes, each;12 × 12 1/2 × 1 1/3" (31 × 32 × 1 cm)
in total 16341 photographs, 172 pages, colorlaser prints, embossed covers

 

1006
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1004 (DTH)

 

Montage of numerous photographs from various perspectives of the empty exhibition rooms in the House of Photography, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, presented as a grid of 459 A6 format blocks of 20 tear-off postcards.

 

Carte Blanche, 2010
photo installation
exhibition: The First Step – The Individual and His Life in The System, Körber Award 6
House of Photography, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
www.deichtorhallen.de
6' 4 3/4" × 13' 10 1/2" (195 × 423 cm), 9180 postcards

 

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1003 (THR)

 

On the occasion of the upcoming relocation of the gallery into new spaces, the gallery office including a particular picture by Anne Oppermann (from an exhibition in 1989) was photographed, subsequently montaged onto the wall over the position of the Oppermann image, re-photographed and re-montaged over and over. At the completion, seven images were chosen from the entire output of the various phases of the installation.

 

Thierschstraße 51, 3rd floor (Anna Oppermann ‹Spiegelenensemble› 1976) I – VII, 2010
Barbara Gross Gallery, Munich

www.barbaragross.de
1' 11 1/2" × 1' 5 3/4" (60 × 45 cm), C-Print

 

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1001 (WERK)

 

22 Book works from 2000 – 2010 in 84 volumes
Generously supported by the Hypo Culture Trust, Munich and the Friends of the Sprengel Museum, Hannover.
www.hypo-kulturstiftung.de
www.sprengel-museum.de

 

Overview, 2010
Sprengel Museum Hannover
Editon ‹Merzbau› 101 (Work) – 11
www.sprengel-museum.de
1' 5 3/4" × 1’ 3 3/4” (55 × 40 cm),
pigment print on Hahnemühle

 

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1001 (FOE)

 

As the second exhibition in the same rooms, a pile of posters documenting the disassembling of the photo installation 0706 (BBK) – freely available to gallery visitors – was displayed along with two collage fragments, décollages, from the first exhibition.

 

Décollage, 2007
Bavarian Cultural Grant
Artist’s Gallery, BBK, Munich
www.bbk-muc-obb.de
1000 posters 46 4/5 × 33 1/8" (DIN A0), Affiche Paper, wooden palette
décollages 6' 8 3/4" x 5' 1 3/4" (205 × 157 cm) and 1' 8 1/3" x 1' 4 1/2" (52 × 42 cm), black and white laser printing, wallpaper paste, picture-frames

 

1001
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1001
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1001 (DAH)

 

‹Taking Stock› in both senses of the expression: Transformation of the adjoining rooms of the New Dachau Gallery, together with leaning mounted dis-assembled collages and panels from earlier photo installations, were presented on and against the walls of the next room.

 

Taking Stock, 2010
photo installation
New Dachau Gallery
www.dachauer-galerien-museen.de
10' 2" × 124' 8" (310 × 3800 cm),
4534 photographs each 8 1/6 × 12 1/6" (21 × 31 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste, décollages and panels

 

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1001
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0912 (MERZ)

 

648, 521 and 716 photographs of the reconstructed Merzbau in the Sprengel Museum, Hannover
With thanks to Peter Bissegger
www.bissegger.com

 

Merzbaubook L, Merzbaubook M, Merzbaubook R, 2009
book object
3 volumes, L and R both 12 1/6 x 8 1/6 x 1 3/4" (31 × 21 × 5 cm), M 8 1/6 x 12 1/6 x 1 3/4" (21 × 31 × 5 cm),
1885 pages color laser prints, embossed covers

 

0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0912
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0907 (LZ) W

 

Transformed images of the painting and sculpture archive space of the Linz State Gallery on the occasion of the exhibition ‹Introduction to the History of Art 6›, showing the museum’s collection of artworks appropriating art.

 

Linz State Gallery, Welserstraße Depot, 2009
photo installation
exhibition: Introduction to the History of Art 6
Linz State Gallery
www.landesmuseum.at
12' 6 1/3" × 56' 2 1/2" (382 × 1713 cm),
3468 photographs each 6 7/8 × 10 1/5" (17.3 × 26 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste


 

0907
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0907
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0907
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0907 (LZ) B

 

Photographs from the painting and sculpture archive space of the Linz State Gallery

 

Linz State Gallery, Welserstraße Depot, 2009
book object
1' 10 1/2" × 10 7/8" × 1 1/8" (57 × 27.5 × 3 cm)
21247 photographs, 217 pages, color laser prints, embossed linen cover

 

0907
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0907
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0907
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0905 (MUFF)

 

Transformation of Patrik Muff’s studio, Nympenburger Straße 40. Installed in the ‹Muff Shop› in Frauenstraße 15 on the occasion of its first anniversary.

 

Nympenburger Straße 40, 2009
photo installation
exhibition: 1st Year Muff Shop
www.patrikmuff.com
10' 10" × 41' (330 × 1250 cm),
1550 photographs each 11 1/2 × 7 2/3" (29.7 × 19.7 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0905
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0905
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0810 (TIR)

 

Transformation of the exhibition space within the Tirana National Gallery during a ‹screening› of Social Realist paintings from the museum’s collection. Installed in the semi-private, salon-like ambience of the 18m Gallery in West Berlin.

 

Tirana – Berlin, 2008 ∕ 2009
photo installation
18m Gallery, Berlin

www.18m-galerie.de
11' 6" × 71' (350 × 2162 cm), 2106 photographs each 10 1/2 × 16" (27 × 40.5 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

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0810
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0810
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0807 (KGB) W

 

A wall-section from an interrogation room of the former KGB prison in Potsdam, installed in the Munich Architecture Gallery on the occasion of the opening of the 2008-completed Memorial at the site to the former prison.
Architect: Wolfgang Brune
www.brune-architekten.de

 

OG ∕ 2.07 Interrogation Room, 2008
photo installation
exhibition: Former KGB Prison,

Leistikowstraße 1, Potsdam
Munich Architecture Gallery
www.architekturgalerie-muenchen.de
10' 10" × 41' 4" (330 × 1260 cm), 788 photographs each 10 2/5 × 15 4/5" (26 × 40 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0807
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0807 (KGB) B

 

The nine volume book object brings together photographs of various interrogation rooms, corridors and cells of the former KGB prison in Potsdam.

 

Former KGB Prison,
Leistikowstraße 1, Potsdam, 2008
book object
9 volumes, each 8 5/6 ×  6 3/4 ×  3/5 - 1 3/5" (20.5 × 17.5 × 1.6 – 4.2 cm)
14335 photographs, in total 7178 pages, color laser prints

 

0807
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0806 (LBHS) W

 

For ‹Favorites  08› one of the Blaue Reiter exhibition rooms in Lenbachhaus, Munich featuring Alexej von Jawlensky (adapted at the time by Katharina Grosse) was further transformed and relocated in a life-size space within the Kunstbau, visible from the exit level of the Königsplatz subway station and accessible from within the gallery.

 

Grosse ∕ Jawlensky, 2008
photo installation
exhibition: Favorites 08
Lenbachhaus Gallery ∕ Kunstbau, Munich
16' 1" × 31' 6" (490 × 959 cm), 2447 photographs each 7 × 10 1/2" (17.8 × 26.7 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0806
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0806 (LBHS) B

 

The 21 volume book object brings together photographs of the four Blaue Reiter rooms in Munich’s Lenbachhaus during the time of their transformation by four contemporary artists (Franz Ackermann, Thomas Demand, Olafur Eliasson and Katharina Grosse). The newly interpreted rooms were ultimately demolished as part of the Lenbach House renovations of 2009.

 

Ackerman ∕ Marc, Demand ∕ Macke A+B, Eliasson ∕ Kandinsky, Grosse ∕ Jawlensky, 2008
book object
21 volumes, each 16 x 7 1/2 x 1 2/5 x 1 3/5” (41 × 19 × 3.5 – 4.2 cm)
24901 photographs, 24901 pages, color laser prints, embossed covers

 

0806
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0805 (HH) W

 

Transformation of the shelfs of art books from A to Z within the bookstore Sautter + Lackmann, Hamburg, photographed between 11 and 13 April 2008 and installed for the opening exhibition in the Katharina Bittel Gallery on the floor above.

 

Hans von Aachen – Peter Zimmermann, 2008
photo installation
Katharina Bittel Gallery, Hamburg
www.galeriebittel.de
12' 4 1/2" × 91' 10 1/4" (377 × 2800 cm), 5700 photographs each 7 3/4 × 11 1/2" (19,6 × 29 cm), color laserprints, wallpaper paste

 

0805
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0805 (HH) B

 

Photographs of the bookstore Sautter + Lackmann, Hamburg

 

Hans von Aachen – Peter Zimmermann, 2008
book object
5 1/3 × 7 3/4 × 5" (13.5 × 20 × 12.5 cm)
10425 photographs, 2607 pages, color laser prints, sticker on card cover

 

0805
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0805
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0803 (NOE) W

 

Transformation of the exhibition rooms of the Lower-Austrian Artspace, Vienna.
Displayed on one of the walls within the space.

 

Untitled, 2008

photo installation
exhibition: The Lens As An Eye On The World
Lower-Austrian Artspace, Vienna
www.kunstraum.net
13' 5 1/2" × 55' 9 1/5" (410 × 1700 cm), 1748 photographs each 11 × 16 3/4" (28.3 × 42.5 cm), black and white laser prints, wallpaper paste
 

 

0803
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0803 (NOE) B

 

Photographs of the exhibition room of the Lower-Austrian Artspace, Vienna

 

Untitled, 2008
book object
8 15 × 6 × 3/4" (21 × 15 × 2 cm)
3912 photographs, 218 pages, color laser prints, plasticised cover

 

0803
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0803
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0803
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0803
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0803
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0709 (COL)

 

Photographs of a car journey across South-West USA

 

Hoeller Barn 2007 I – IV, 2007
book object
5 volumes, each 16 1/2 × 8 1/2 × 1 4/5" (29.5 × 21.5 × 4.8 cm)
29097 photographs, 3638 pages, color laser prints, embossed linen covers

 

0709
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0709
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0709
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0709
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0709
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0709
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0709
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0709
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0709
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0706 (BBK)

 

Four surrounding walls depicted each opposite the other in the Artist’s Gallery, BBK, Munich

 

Untitled, 2007
photo installation
exhibition: Room within Room
Artist’s Gallery, BBK, Munich
www.bbk-muc-obb.de
16' 1" × 79' 4 3/4" (490 × 2420 cm), 860 photographs each 1' 7 1/2" × 2' 3 1/2" (50 × 70 cm), black and white laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0706
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0706
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0706
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0706
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0706
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0706
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0706
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0706
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0706
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0705 (FM) W

 

Transformation of the storage areas of the photography collection archives of the Munich City Museum which are inaccessible to the public, photographed from 17 different viewpoints and displayed on the walls of the Forum for Contemporary Photography which is situated on the same floor of the Museum building.

 

Archive, 2007
photo installation
Photography collection of the Munich City Museum
www.muenchner-stadtmuseum.de

9' 5 4/5" × 55' 11 2/5" (289 × 1705 cm),
8831 photographs each 3 1/2 x 5" (9 x 13 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705 (FM) B

 

Photographs of the photography collection archives of the Munich City Museum

 

Lexicon I – XVII, 2007
book object
17 volumes each, 9 × 5 1/3 × 3/5 – 1 3/8" (23 × 13.5 × 1.8 – 3.5 cm), a total of 17906 photographs, 8953 pages, color laser print, embossed covers

 

0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0705
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0704 (LOTH)

 

So called ‹Mirror Archive›, an Information Archive of the City of Munich:
Metal briefcases containing documents about the financial support for State scholarship-holders and project award-winners, installed next to the City of Munich’s exhibition space (the archive has since been relocated).

 

Mirror, 2007
photo installation
exhibition: City of Munich Award-winners
Lothringer 13, City Exhibition Space
www.lothringer13.de
11' 2 1/2" × 16' (342 × 488 cm),
810 photographs each 7 1/2 × 11" (18.8 × 28.2 cm),
color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0704
(LOTH) — 01

0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0704
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0701 (VHS)

 

A single-room apartment of an erudite, cinema-lover, installed in the Gasteig, Munich

 

Munich, 13 – 22 March 2006, 2007
photo installation
exhibition: Layers or the Second Level
Aspekte Gallery, Gasteig, Munich

www.mvhs.de

9' 2" × 41' 4" (280 × 1260 cm),
2700 photographs each 5 × 7 2/5" (12.5 × 18.7 cm),
color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0701
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0608 (RUM)

 

Photographs of a 12 day car journey across Rumania

 

Rumania, 2006
book object
10 1/5 × 15 3/4 × 9" (26 × 40 × 23 cm),
29988 photographs, 3333 pages,
color laser prints, embossed linen book jacket

 

0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0608
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0605 (GROSS) W

 

A single-room apartment of an erudite, cinema-lover, installed in the Barbara Gross Gallery, Thierschstraße 51, Munich

 

Munich, 13 – 22 March 2006, 2006
photo installation
Barbara Gross Gallery, Munich
www.barbaragross.de
10' 6" × 75' 5 1/2" (320 × 2300 cm),
2700 photographs each 7 × 10 4/5" (18 × 27.5 cm), color laser prints, wallpaper paste

 

0605
(GROSS) — 001

0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605 (GROSS) B

 

Photographs of a single-room apartment of an ‹erudite, cinema-lover›

 

Munich, 13 – 22 March 2006, 2006
book object
7 × 10 4/5 × 5" (18 × 27.5 × 13 cm), 2700 photographs, 2700 pages,
color laser prints, plasticised cover

 

0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0605
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0512 (WBX)

 

Workroom KG, installed in the former Pfanni factory Munich

 

Untitled, 2005 ∕ 2006
photo installation
exhibition: All About New Munich II
White Box, Munich

www.whitebox-ev.de

12' 6 1/3" × 25' 11" (382 × 790 cm),
220 photographs each 1' 5" × 2' 1" (43 × 64 cm), black and white laser prints, wallpaper paste, C-Print

 

0512
(WBX) — 01

0512
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0512
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0512
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0512
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0512
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0511 (DEB) W

 

Workroom KG installed in the Colossal Hall of the Munich Academy of Fine Art on a scale of 2:1.

 

Untitled, (Piano Room), 2005
photo installation
Debutants Exhibition
Munich Academy of Fine Art
33' 7 1/2" × 33' 1 3/5" (1025 × 1010 cm),
330 photographs each 1’ 11 1/5" x  2’ 7 1/5" (60 × 80 cm),
black and white laser prints, wallpaper paste, wooden palette

 

0511
(DEB) — 01

0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511 (DEB) B

 

Photographs of the workroom
Plinganserstraße, Munich

 

Untitled (Piano Room), 2005
book object
6 4/5 × 6 × 1/2" (17.5 × 15 × 1.2 cm),
330 photographs, 330 pages, recycled paper 60gsm, black and white laser prints, cardboard cover

 

0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0511
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0509 (NGAL)

 

Exhibition of 2 × 365 polaroids as two books.
See also 0403 (OMA)

 

17.03.03 – 17.03.04, 2004
exhibition: Dash, Light, Space
New Dachau Gallery

www.dachauer-galerien-museen.de

 

0509
(NGAL) — 01

0509
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0509
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0509
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0509
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0509
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0509
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0502 (DIP) B

 

1200 photographs of the original material from the photo installation, Plinganserstraße studio, Munich, 0502 (DIP) W

 

1999 – 2005, 2005
book object
2 volumes, each 8 × 12 × 2" (20.5 × 31 × 5 cm)
1200 photographs, 2400 pages, color laser prints, plasticised covers, slipcase

 

0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502 (DIP) W

 

Installation in the apse of the Colossal Hall of the Munich Academy of Fine Art of Studio KG and everything which was produced within during the course of studies between 1999 – 2005.

 

1999 – 2005 (Studio, Large Room II), 2005
photo installation
degree exhibition
Munich Academy of Fine Art
13' 1 1/2" x 29' 6 1/3" (400 × 900 cm),
1200 photographs each 8 x 12" (20,5 × 31 cm),
color laser prints, nails

 

0502
(DIP) — 01

0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0502
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0405 (TRSSIB) K

 

Individual photographs of a six-day journey on the Trans-Siberian railway from Moscow to Peking.
The journey was made possible through the generous support of the Erwin und Gisela von Steiner Trust, Munich.
www.steinerstiftung.de

 

Trans-Siberia, 2004
book object
1' 10 4/5" × 15 3/4" × 2/5" (58 × 40 × 1 cm)
8764 photographs, 41 pages,
inkjet prints, plastic tablecloth cover

 

0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405 (TRSSIB) A

 

Individual photographs of a six-day journey on the Trans-Siberian railway from Moscow to Peking.
The journey was made possible through the generous support of the Erwin und Gisela von Steiner Trust, Munich.
www.steinerstiftung.de

 

Trans-Siberia I – XIII, 2004
book object
13 volumes, each 8 1/5 × 11 1/5 × 1 1/3" (21 × 28.5 × 3.5 cm)
8764 photographs, 8764 pages,
color laser prints, plasticised covers

 

0405
(TRSSIB) — 01

0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0405
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0410 (AKA)

 

Concept and implementation of the Academy gallery renovation. The height of the gallery space was raised 3' 3 1/3" (100 cm) over the period of the exhibition. As the closing event of the exhibition, the newly renovated gallery space was declared open.
Project realized together with Anja Thea Bayer and with the cooperation of the SWM-Munich Public Works Department

 

Please Leave the Room as You Would Like to Find It, 2004
Academy Gallery, Munich 21' 5 4/5" × 50' 3 1/2" (655 × 1533 × 357 cm)
Dismantling of the suspended ceiling, re-plastering of the wall, updating of the lighting system and appropriate modification of the electrical system

 

0410
(AKA) — 01

0410
(AKA) — 02

0410
(AKA) — 03

0410
(AKA) — 04

 

0403 (OMA)

 

2 × 365 polaroids: Every day, Ingeborg Gaenssler and her granddaughter KG send each other a photograph.

 

17.03.03 – 17.03.04, 2004
book object
730 photographs 7 × 6 × 1 1/2" (18 × 15 × 4 cm), color laser prints, embossed linen cover

 

0403
(OMA) — 01

0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
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0403
(OMA) — 48

 

0311 (MRDL) B

 

Photographs of an occurrence at Buchsee, Upper Bavaria
Original material from the photo installation

 

Buchsee, 1.23 – 1.55 pm, 21 May 2003, 2003
book object
10 3/5 × 15 1/2 × 1" (27 × 39.5 × 2.5 cm),
360 photographs, 720 pages,
color laser prints, plasticised cover, slipcase

 

0311
(MRDL) — 14

0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311 (MRDL) W

 

Occurrence at Buchsee, 21 May 2003, installed in the Hotel Mariandl, Munich

 

Buchsee, 1.23 – 1.55 pm, 21 May 2003, 2003
photo installation
exhibition: Room Vacant
Hotel Mariandl, Munich
9' 2 1/5" × 10' 6" (280 × 320 cm), 360 photographs each 10 3/5 × 15 1/2" (27 × 39.5 cm), color laser prints, nails

 

0311
(MRDL) — 01

0311
(MRDL) — 02

0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
(MRDL) — 13

 

0311 (KOLOSS) B

 

Photographs of the Plinganserstraße Munich studio
Original material from the photo installation 0311 (KOLOSS) W

 

Untitled, 2003
book object
11 1/2 × 16 1/2 × 2 1/3" (29 × 42 cm × 6 cm),
489 photographs, 978 pages, color laser prints, numbered and stamped, plasticised cover

 

0311
(KOLOSS) — 08

 

0311 (KOLOSS) W

 

Studio KG installed in the apse of the Colossal Hall of the Academy of Fine Art, Munich.

 

Untitled (Studio, Large Room I), 2003
photo installation
Klasse Pitz exhibition
Academy of Fine Art, Munich
13' 1 1/2" × 29' 6 1/3" (400 × 900 cm),
489 photographs each 11 2/5 × 16 1/2" (29 × 42 cm),
color laser prints, nails

 

0311
(KOLOSS) — 01

0311
(KOLOSS) — 02

0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0311
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0308 (MDL)

 

Various working models and proportional studies

 

Untitled, 2002
various formats
color laser prints, corrugated card,
paint, nails, modelled figurines

 

0308
(MDL) — 01

0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0308
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0205 (KSEE) B

 

Photographs of an occurrence at Kirchsee, Upper Bavaria
Original material from the photo installation 0205 (KSEE) W

 

Kirchsee, 1 – 1.23 pm, 14 May 2002, 2002
book object
10 3/5 × 15 1/2 × 2/5" (27 × 39,5 cm × 1 cm),
49 photographs, 98 pages, color laser prints, plasticised cover, slipcase

 

0205
(KSEE) — 50

0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205 (KSEE) W

 

Photographs of an occurrence at Kirchsee, Upper Bavaria
Assembled photo installation in the studio

 

Kirchsee, 1 – 1.23 pm, 14 May 2002, 2002
photo installation
49 photographs each 10 3/5 × 15 1/2" (27 × 39,5 cm), color laser prints, nails

 

0205
(KSEE) — 01

0205
(KSEE) — 02

0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0205
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0204 (CHRLS)

 

City views of Genoa in early 2001, at a time shortly before the G8 Summit when, through building sites, the city’s appearance was being significantly changed. Exhibition of a selection of ten film-camera montages, each comprising hundreds of single images.

 

Assemblages, 2002
Charles Schumann Photography Gallery, Munich
photo installation
see 01 – 03 (PANO)
various formats, C-prints

 

0204
(CHRLS) — 01

0204
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0204
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0204
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0204
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0204
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0204
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0204
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0204
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0204
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0202 (KUNDA)

 

First photomontages, body images

 

Crossed Legs / Winged Legs, 2002
exposed negative montages
7 1/3 × 5 2/5" (18,7 × 13,7 cm)
and 5 2/5 × 7 1/3" (13,7 × 18,7 cm)
baryt photo paper, framed

 

0202
(KUNDA) — 01

0202
(KUNDA) — 02

 

01 – 03 (PANO)

 

City views (Genoa and Buenos Aires) and other panoramas, film and digital

 

Various Titles, 2001 – 2003
photomontages
various formats, C-prints

 

01-03
(PANO) — 01

01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
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01-03
(PANO) — 34

 

0109 (GE)

 

4200 images and maps with daily route maps of a five-month stay in Genoa, Italy

 

Genoa, 15 January – 20 May 2001, 2001
book object
13 3/4 × 14 1/2 × 2" (35 × 37 × 5 cm)
4200 photographs each 3 1/2 × 2 1/3" (9 × 6 cm),
710 pages, color laser prints, plasticised cover

 

0109
(GE) — 01

0109
(GE) — 02

0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0109
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0101 (2000) B

 

A self-portrait at 3 pm, every day for one year
Original material from the photo installation 0101 (2000) W

 

01 January – 31 December 2000, 2001
book object

12 × 16 1/2 × 2" (31 × 42 × 5 cm)
365 photographs, 730 pages, color laser prints, embossed and plasticised cover

 

0101
(2000) — 17

0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101 (2000) W

 

A self-portrait at 3 pm, every day for one year

 

01 January – 31 December 2000,2001
photo installation
Vestibule, Academy of Fine Art, Munich
365 photographs each 12 × 16 1/2" (31 × 42 cm),
color laser prints, partition walls

 

0101
(2000) — 01

0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0101
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0001 (DI)

 

Eight polaroids, self-portraits with the crown jewels of the British royal dynasty

 

Di, 2000
Polaroid series
8 photographs each 4 1/5 × 3 1/2" (10.7 × 8.8 cm)

 

0001
(DI) — 01

0001
(DI) — 02

0001
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0001
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0001
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0001
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0001
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0001
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