Courage after the flood.. my contribution to the support of those affected. see more under “news”
Ein begehbares Schriftstück In architektonischer Anlehnung an das von Walter Gropius entworfene Bauhaus-Schulgebäude, die „Ikone der Moderne“, ist die Außenfassade des Buches durchbrochen von Fenstern.
Bonn is diverse – not just in nature, but also in people. I have interviewed people in Bonn who I deem interesting. Exhibition during the UN conference of Biodiversity. Steel construction with blocks, printed with international statements about Bonn Printed in the same way there were servicing. Download statements as PDF (German) Cooperation with the artist Deva Wolfram at the…
100 pictures showing motives of Bonn were produced in cooperation with the “Bürgerstiftung der Sparkasse KölnBonn”. Artwork “100 Bilder für Bonn” Be a Part of Bonn (Sei ein Teil von Bonn) – view all pictures on the page of Bürgerstiftung Bonn.
In May 2006 I exhibited in Budapest with 3 other artists from Bonn. These drawings were the result of my impressions from the journey, e.g. old trams or buildings made from prefabricated concrete slabs and the people living in them.
Joint exhibition in the Frauenmuseum Bonn with the theme mother. Her face is formed by a dumbbell whose inscription gives her the name Sunflower Baerbell. She stands, surrounded by a variety of found objects, showing her nuts and bolts- known as “mothers” in German. Sunflower Bärbell sits amid a series of found objects: huge springs, cake tins, reinforcing steel, parts…
When our daughter came into the world in 2002 life turned colourful, and small and big people appeared in my pictures. From the series “Colourful for Life”, watercolours and Indian ink on wood, 30x30cm
“What do you think about when you think of Bonn?”- That’s the question I asked everyone I met during a journey through Israel- and the answers led me to develop the following pieces. Traces – a word installation, scripts, reinforcing steel, wood, canvas and Indian ink
Bonn-Nova after the government’s move – the “Round Table” of Bonn and the Bonn-be-Bed, made for its citizens. The bent Schuermann stool placed next to the boss’s chair and its owner as well as the “long Eugen” (reference to a building in Bonn) in this arrangement give the citizens of Bonn the opportunity to take a seat and take control…
These drawings were conceived during a summer that I spent harvesting maize. The colouring was achieved with the use of black tea.