The virtual representation of a tree, as it appears on Google Earth in 3D mode, gives the sculpture its form. The artificial tree has been transposed from virtuality back into the real world, on a scale of 1:1.
The video documents a stroll through Königsforst in Mozilla Hubs. The forest, located near Cologne, is generated as a 3D-modell, based on Google-Earth-Data. The plot beeing given in the Mozilla room is based on a video from 2020 and was created in spring 2021.
Death mask of Vladimir Vladimirowitsch Putin. The mask is generated from photographs of Putin using the method of photogrammetry. 35 „official" photos published by the Kremlin showing the dictator from all sides are rendered as a three-dimensional model using 3D software. From this, a PLA 3D print consisting of hundreds of layers is created, showing the facial features as a relief (24 x 15 x 10 cm) at a scale of 1:1.
Another exploration of "forbidden, political spaces" generated by photogrammetry based on data from Google Earth. Let's meet in the open pit coal mine, the largest hole in Europe, in front of the biggest machine in the world that feeds Germany's dirtiest power plant. Choose your avatar and join us.
REMOTEWORDS marks two roofs within the Shenzhen Pingshan International Sculpture Exhibition 2019: TRANSCENDING DIMENSION: SCULPTING SPACE with a quote from Paul Virilio (1932-2018).
For the exhibition Luther and the Avant-Garde, the analog reconstruction of a digital image structure has been created to form a large-scale mosaic consisting of 672 square floor panels.
Simulation of a virtual drone flight around Peter Weibels sculpture, based on a three-dimensional model, rendered from Google Earth data by using a photogrammetric process.
Floor piece: 6400 square floor tiles, each 25 x 25 cm, total expanse 20 x 20 m, Floor paint in different colours: 14 shades of blue, 20 shades of grey as well as white and black