The Warden & Flynn Compositions

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The Warden & Flynn Compositions
ink on paper
21 x 29,7 cm (each)
A set of drawings in which compositions by Piet Mondrian are re-calibrated and methodically brought into balance by assigning to each color an equal ‘visual weight’. The method is based upon a study by psychologists Warden and Flynn which demonstrated e.g. the color blue to be perceived 1.3 times ‘heavier’ than the color yellow.

Cultural Material

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Cultural Material
laser prints in aluminum frame
65.5 x 70.1 cm

A Tool of Comparison

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A Tool of Comparison
graph paper, cardboard, aluminum frame
42 x 29,7 cm
At sight, an approximately DIN A4 sized piece of graph paper was torn out of a larger sheet.

The Literal Meaning

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The Literal Meaning
chalk on paper, aluminum frame
30 x 40 cm (each)
The Literal Meaning is a hypothetical IQ test based upon several image/text paintings by René Magritte.

Manual

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Manual
paper & PVC
21 x 29,7 cm
A sheet of lined paper was cut-up and put back together.

If a Lion Could Speak

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If a Lion Could Speak
ink, charcoal, letratone on A4 paper, aluminum frame
42 x 59,4 cm

Disappearance Through Quotation

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Disappearance Through Quotation
stamp on record card, aluminum frame
24 x 30 cm
Douglas Huebler's famous statement "The world is full of objects, more or less interesting; I do not wish to add any more." was stamped onto a record card until the ink depleted.

a set theory ll

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A Set Theory III
charcoal, ink, letraset and typewriting on paper
21 x 29,7 cm (each)