Sensing the Gap
By investigating the surface texture of different objects, from a tactile, acoustic, and temporal perspective the Sensing The Gap series, actualises virtual rhythmic processes embedded (inscribed) in their surface texture and brings to perception previously unknown and imperceptible layers.
The mobiles are small, kinetic sculptures, mobiles of transformation. Each is made of an original object and three 1:1 replicates, that have been 3D-scanned and -printed employing different materials and printing methods. Each object stores time differently, from the instant moment of crumpling a paper, to the transformation of a silkworm into a butterfly or from a slowly dried tomato, a mumified 17-year old apple to the geological process of mineral formation. By balancing their original weight with the weight of the different replicates, the mobiles question their symmetries and revolve around what emerges from the gaps.
Installation Sculpture Work / divers original objects and 3D Print out of,different photopolymer and expoxid-plaster, brass, strings
The sculptures are part of the research fellowship project "Rhythmic Textures" at the Berlin Center for Advanced Studies of the University of the Arts Berlin. Furthermore I wholeheartly thank Arts@CERN for the inspiring and relevant time as guest artist in 2017
Funded by the Einstein Foundation Berlin,
realized with the Graduate School of the Berlin University of the Arts