All posts filed under “Konzeptkunst

Konzeptuell bedeutet, dass die Idee im Mittelpunkt steht. Es ist die Botschaft. Es definiert das Medium. Es ist das Kunstwerk. Was übrig bleibt, sind oft bloße Artefakte, die nicht mit dem Kunstwerk selbst zu verwechseln sind, was das Konzept ist.

Corruption Test

Corruption Test – Korruptionstest is an ongoing series of postal experiments.
Whenever I am abroad, or when friends or acquaintances of mine travel somewhere exotic, I ask them to send me two postcards


Re-Gram is an interactive analogue Instagram. I usually print the last several hundred pictures from my Instagram feed on 10x15cm. The images are presented in a random order after omitting all contextualizing information so that only the iconographic information itself remains. Due to this process […]

Vermehrt Schönes!

„Vermehrt Schönes!“ translates to „Increase Beauty!“. It is an edition of screenprinted posters onto which a layer of shredded € banknotes has been applied. The different colors come from different compositions of the shreds. Here is a timelapse video of the process. Listen to the […]

Pandemic toilet paper

Corona art: Spring 2020, Corona and the lockdown dominate the media. Toilet paper is, if it is still in stock at all, only sold in “household” quantities. The churches are closed, fundamental rights are largely restricted. A Schönfelder (collection of German laws), a school Bible […]

Dead techxt

Keys from discarded keyboards are used to „type“ words or letters. The series „TYPE – SWIPE – TOUCH“ references the current transition to touch (and may sometime in the future) auditive devices or, in a more mundane way, for fixing pot holes in Detroit. Other […]

GDPR-compliant phone book

With GDPR entering into force in May 2018, there was a lot of uncertainty and speculation about what would still be legal use of data (and how). One of my favorite items to be speculated about (besides names on mail boxes and door bells) was, […]


Monolog is a series of videos, created using blind text (“Lorem ipsum dolor…”) spoken by male MacOS speech synthesizer voices.
The nonsenical text is projected onto women who have no other choice but passively listen.