Over the past 12 month I went to the printing department of a school in order to silk screen art. What I've done so far is visible at the silk screening artwork section.

Clever artworks, especially sculptures are nowadays designed in a way making it possible to decompose it. Art mustn't live for centuries. I'd like my art to vanish into thin air - which might be not possible because I most of the time use plastic, especially Floppy Disks. The sculpture in the Video was standing on the balcony of a German artist house. Over 1 1/2 years wind, rain, ice, snow has clogged the floppy disks. Many labels were gone, many labels where illegible - BUT: the plastic is still in good, or even perfect shape. Plastic is the hostage of humanity - and we are still using it for mass-produce. Check the time leaps video "Decompose sculpture"

"viisikko" are the 5 artists Aujik, Dominik Jais, Renate Schütz, schaltWerk, and Bianca Wickinghoff. Each off them is a specialist on a certain topic / type of art. Aujik is famous for his animations. Dominik Jais is well known as Mr. Floppydiskism, working mostly with abandoned hardware to create appealing contemporary art and interactive art installations.

From February 2014 on my new atelier will be at the KARO Produzentengalerie.

In the Tokyo district of Harjuku, going kawaii spotting is easy. Whether in sushi bars, the temples of karaoke or in the many kawaii shops, cuteness is everywhere you look.

In Miyajima, the Itsukushima Shrine can be found. It is a popular place to visit and one of the most important symbols of the Shinto religion. Its significance weighs heavy in the air.

There will be a group exhibition from the 01.03.13 to 30.03.13 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. More infos will follow soon. In the meantime check the facebook page:

The first Essen Artwalk took place from 7th - 9th September 2012. Various galleries, shops and theatres joined in establishing an extensive art precinct in the Essener district Nordstadt. My exhibition ‘meet ends need’ opened on Friday with a vernissage attended by a varied selection of invited guests.

From the 7th ot the 9th of September 2012 the first Essen Artwalk will take place. I'm exhibiting at the Kleines Theater. The entrance is free.

We have opened the schaltWerk in January. In the broadest sense it deals with a "Hackspace". The alignment is more towards art and less towards construction of robots. The later is naturally not missed out.

The schaltWerk, a place for interactive art and electronics, opened on 27/2 its doors at the Unperfekthaus. The former physics lab was redesigned over several months and was transformed to serve its new purpose. For the opening, Dominik Jais, the artist from Essen exhibited vast works of “Speicher & Bewegung”.