The work "Playframe For Transcendental Bodies" deals with the absurdity and brutality of play installations and their functionality. The work was installed in a cage right after the entrance to the Tiergarten Nürnberg. The oversized hamster wheel, which is adapted to the size of a human being, is reminiscent of a playground object and can be regarded as a conceptually hybrid artefact. This artefact is embodying not only the tension between playful freedom and functionalism, but also between humans and animals.

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Playframe for Transcendent Bodies, 2019, Metal, Hair, Wood and Sand, Variabel Dimension, Group Exhibition: Rroooaaarr!, Tiergarten Nürnberg
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Elsewhere is My Where, 2018, Duo Exhibition together with Christian Schreiber, AEG Nuremberg
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Enter Your Search, 2017, Installation, Foil Stickers, Sand and 3D Prints, Dimension Variable, Vitrine at Nuremberg HBF
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Parallel Window, 2017, Spray and Cloth, 340 x 420 cm
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Sculpt Quartette, 2020, Metal, Bass Shaker, Aluminium Plates, Chain and Hair, Group Exhibition: Der River, Halle 14, Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig, Photo by Patrick Wolfmar