Artist BioLives in Berlin. Currently studying and working at Institut für Raumexperimente. An educational research project by Olafur Eliasson in collaboration with the Berlin University of the Arts.

Back in the day (Innenhof für Tier- Pflanzenstudien)

A reenactment of a exam situation at the Berlin art school in 1906. Examination board 2013: Christiane Möbus, Hito Steyerl, Gina Burdass, Via Lewandowsky, Peter Pollaert, Robert Lucander and Olafur Eliasson. Examinee: Vinzenz Reinecke. Photo 2013: Moritz Lacler. Photo 1906: UdK Archive.

(PROPOSAL) Moving stone(henge) project "working title"

This is my proposal: I would like to take one bluestone (dolerite) from the original quarry where the stone for Stonehenge comes from in wales and bring it to the site of stonehenge (160 miles) and add it to the circle. The stone can be quite small so that I can carry it by myself. One of the interesting parts is the way between the two points. It's an old journey, an adventure. A time travel experiment. I would document the journey (diary, photography, internet blog, live stream) and ask a filmmaker to join me and to do a little film about the project. We see things, than we copy, thats the way we learn. With this project is it possible to travel trough time. Within the journey I will talk to people and learn about their lives. I would like to walk the whole way. That would be the right speed to see everything very careful and adverted. Links: *Main source for the bluestones used at Stonehenge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carn_Menyn *National Geographic article "It's Official: Stonehenge Stones Were Moved 160 Miles. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/12/111222-stonehenge-bluestones-wales-match-glacier-ixer-ancient-science/

Connected to somebody

I drew portraits of strangers with a Internet platform called Chat-roulette.

Partners

DIS Magazine 89 Plus Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Serpentine Gallery DLD