2004, steel and paper, five objects each approximately 90 x 80 x 70 cm
2014, porcelain and plaster, 50 x 35 x 30 cm
Lustfully stretching my claws
2012, soapstone, eight objects each approximately 30 x 20 x 10 cm
2009, porcelain, six objects each approximately 15 x 10 x 6 cm
The Electress Louise Henriette of Orange brought gardeners from her country to Brandenburg. Among other things, they occupied themselves with the cultivation of potatoes.
Fruits of a hybrid mixture
purely white, fresh from the laboratory or the hidden shadows,
germinate, drift, grab, growing into strange beings
in unknown water
2007, Aquamediale, River Spree in Lübben, polysterol, 13 objects each approximately 100 cm high
Luring plants in unknown water stretch their feelers out of the wet, blooming, shiny white, swaying in the stream, looping, writhing, grasping, hugging, pulling down into the clouded ground.
2005, Skulpturenradweg, Zimmern/Odenwald, steel, seven objects each 300x90x30 cm
Quiet in the forest. Abruptly poised. Surprisingly the pack rushes out of the thicket in long leaps, crosses the path in flying haste, between trunks and bushes, disappears hidden from any view. Pause.
from the tips of the tree
2004, steel, seven objects each 150 – 190 cm long