“Licht und Glas” Exhibiton

May 5th, 2017   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

14th of January to 8th of April 2017
at “Kunstraum Anakoluth” in Cologne


“Maschine” and “Las Vegas”, Neon Collage 2016, 2010


“Auge”, Neon Collage 2016


Press Snipping (in German)

See Smoke

September 23rd, 2016   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

Happening at Q18 Exhibition Space, with Michael Schmitt



Wir treffen uns dort, wo keine Dunkelheit herrscht

December 9th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark


light installation at Sommerloch, Wuppertal

german description of the work: PDF

Das Cabinet

September 12th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark


Ultra Slow Film Projection (4 Frames / Minute) of one second taken from the german silent movie “Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari”. The installation is using a mechanical shutter, 3D-printed based on a more than 100 years old technical drawing. Shown during the “Projektionen” Group Exhibiton, organized by Art von Demon, Berlin

Einstein Rosen Brücke

July 27th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

Einstein Rosen Brücke

Installation with Michael Schmitt

at Kunstraum Anakoluth, Köln, Hermeskeiler Platz

Video also available in german, featuring the audio guide from the exhibiton.

A model train makes an nearly impossible jump through space and time.

Simple Sample

June 6th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

Sound-reactive Light Installation at „Zero Abend Film und Musik“, Akademie der Künste Berlin, 2015

„Simple Sample“ is an about meter square diffusive panel lit up by RGB-LEDs controlled by a self design circuit and software. In random intervals, a (sound-)signal is sampled and its information converted into the light output signal, which is updated about 1000 times per second.

For the event, sound generated by Düsseldorf artist „Pyrolator“ was used to control the object. The usage of the techincal „sample“ is in a different way, as for correct reproduction, a regular interval of sampling is required. „Simple“, as used in the title, refers to the simple, non-predictable software routines.

“Herr Ober” sagt der Gast

May 20th, 2015   -  Share/Link/Bookmark

two old-fashioned lamps controlled by an audio loop, which is not audible

shown at id new talents exhibition