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Sculpture and Installation

The studio for Sculpture and Installation is directed both inwardly, towards the complexity of direct objects and their density in material, historical, or conceptual meaning, and outwardly, in the positioning of these sculptures and thoughts in the space that surrounds them. The relationship to space in general, and to social space, time-space, linguistic space, is a central and malleable element in every sculpture. Installation always means interfering with reality, and in return involving circumstances and contexts in the sculpture. In this respect, the field of sculpture and installation is also a school of critical questioning of what we experience, and a renewing act of one's own positioning in the world.