Power Up (2020 revamp)

A retake and remake of an older piece of the Enter the Brick series. The first three images are spot on 2020 and the last one the 2011 version.

week #4

At Flickr I am limited to 1000 photos, so I’ll have to delete more than half of my photos asap. So showcasing the series actually only here and at Insta.

Power Up

2011/2020

5,9 x 9,6 x 6,1 cm

plastic bricks & glue

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Copweb

A new addition to the Enter the Brick Series.

week #3

At Flickr I am limited to 1000 photos, so I’ll have to delete more than half of my photos asap. So showcasing the series actually only here and at Insta.

Copweb

2017

3,3 x 9,8 x 5,6 cm

plastic bricks, photography

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Architectural Archery

Another addition to the Enter the Brick series.

Architectural Archery, 2020

Plastic bricks

9.6 x 5.6 x 4.8 cm

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Milli Ways

Floating through space and time, searching for connections…

Milly Ways, 2016

Plastic bricks & glue

13.1 x 16.1 x 7.5 cm

– Gallery –

Including rendered versions (credits to Mecabricks and blender)

 

 

 

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Kinich Ahau

Deities of the Ch’aak, ancient immatriculations of stone and fire…

Kinich Ahau

Plastic bricks

2016

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Hot Matrjoshka

‘The fire eating through layers, the core unveils it’s content. Trapped in the eternal play between macro- and micro cosmoses.’

This is a retake, improving the quality and adding some more atmosphere.

Hot Matrjoshka

Plastic bricks & acrylic paint

2011 / 2016

 

– Gallery 2016 edit –

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Off the Wall

This is stand alone piece as well an entity of something larger, eventually.

Off the Wall

Plastic Bricks

2016

3.6 x 4.9 x 4.8 cm, interlocked

The stand-alone-piece consists of two perfectly interlocking sides. The two elements have many different arranging possibilities. There is also a version with barbed wire added.

– Gallery 2017 edit –

There is a conceptual idea beyond the stand-alone-pieces. That is creating an installation consisting of 16 same ‘Off the Wall’ pieces while each one being individual as well as being part of a larger picture…  Head over to the Kickstarter campaign to find out more.

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Even Flow

 

Sketchy business.

Although I am not entirely happy with it, regarding the parts available the closest I could get.

 

Even Flow, 2017

Plastic bricks

Part of the Enter the Brick series.

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Virtual Reality

Everything is virtual in our media.  Mash-up universes have a tradition. Basically we’re all directors of our own big screens.

 

 

Virtual Reality, 2017

Digital edit (Processed with Mecabricks & Blender)

Part of the Enter the Brick series.

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