Von Explosionen zu Ikonen
Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, 2008

INSTALLATION VIEW

INSTALLATION VIEW

12 X 12 X (INFINITE SYMBOL), 2008

chrome lacquer, MDF, pedestal, Fireplace clocks, mechanic clockwork, Ticking 367 x 79 x 44 cm / 144 1/2 x 31 x 17 1/4 in ohne Rahmen / not framed

INSTALLATION VIEW

PALETTE, 2007

Holz (Mahagoni), Schellack, Beize
22 x 122 x 100 cm; 8 2/3 x 48 x 39 1/3 in

PARALLELWELT I, 2008

eight Kaiser-Idell lamps, eight mirrors
98 x 392 x 56 cm

BORDSTEINJUWELEN (DIE 100 AUSERWÄHLTEN), 2008

100 stones found in the street of Berlin, different sizes, carved and polished in the classical facet style
12 x 180 x 360 cm; 4 3/4 x 70 3/4 x 141 3/4 in

BORDSTEINJUWELEN (DIE 100 AUSERWÄHLTEN), 2008

100 stones found in the street of Berlin, different sizes, carved and polished in the classical facet style,
12 x 180 x 360 cm, 4 3/4 x 70 3/4 x 141 3/4 in

INSTALLATION VIEW

1979 LEERE LITER BIS ZUM ANFANG, 2010

2240 kg empty Champagne glass bottles with labels, pulverized
h = 93, Ø 267 cm

The work consists of two barrelfuls of finely ground champagne bottles. The glittery heap of green-and-white powder is entitled 1979 Liters to the Beginning, 2010, the artist’s year of birth having determined the amount of material. Here she uses the associative connection between champagne and luxury to allegorize the amassment of wealth and luxury in a very poetic manner with the pulverization of glass.

1979 LEERE LITER BIS ZUM ANFANG, 2010

2240 kg empty Champagne glass bottles with labels, pulverized
h = 93, Ø 267 cm

The work consists of two barrelfuls of finely ground champagne bottles. The glittery heap of green-and-white powder is entitled 1979 Liters to the Beginning, 2010, the artist’s year of birth having determined the amount of material. Here she uses the associative connection between champagne and luxury to allegorize the amassment of wealth and luxury in a very poetic manner with the pulverization of glass.