Category Archives: Breath

Lighter than air (2017)

Lighter than air,  Installation 2017   Lighter than air is a staging of a contemplation about the fragility of power and identity. This installation is composed of a lit room within a darker space, its metal studding structure just visible on the outside.  Light emanates through holes in the walls barely illuminating the dimly lit […]

Breathing house (2011)

The Breathing Houses (2011) — onwards   I have been photographing the houses and buildings in my grandmother’s village in southern Germany for over twenty years. With the last series of photos veering towards a rigorous objectivity, I decided to transform them into virtual animations of translucent breathing bodies, rendering the images simultaneously phantasmic and […]

Himmels Koerper (2004)

The series, Himmels Körper, or ‘Heavenly Bodies’ (I also call them ‘the Romantic skies in my own dirt’) has evolved from a night-time installation called ‘Oh little star of Bethlehem’ from 1999. I parked the latest Mercedes 500 in front of the Serge Aboukrat’s Paris ground floor gallery with a street facing window. Images of […]