Intervention Impact

Approximately 300 white cardboard cubes are spread around the exhibition space in the work Intervention Impact. All cubes are cut off in one corner, creating a negative form that allows them to be put together to create a construction of modular units. The work might thus be described as a playground for the visitors, who are invited to create sculp- tural works through the use of the building block system. The cubes are re-constructed into new forms and structures by the visitors, who ultimately leave the space and exhibition with an ever-changing new expression.


Year: 2004
Materials: cardboard
Dimensions: 30 x 30 x 30 cm each

Exhibitions:
Intervention 35, Sprengel Museum, Hannover, DE, 2004
Performative Architecture, Siemens Arts Program, GfZK, Leipzig, DE, 2004
White Cube Berlin, Palast der Republik, Berlin, DE, 2005
Præstø Sommerudstilling, Præstø Kunstforening, Præstø, DK, 2006
1 x Museum, 10 x Rooms, 11 x Works, Jeppe Hein, Neues Museum Nürnberg, DE, 2010
Spielobjekte, Museum Tinguely, Basel, CH, 2014