installation, sculpture, land art
David Hahlbrock explores the poetic potentials of ambivalence. His conceptual works take place in a wide variety of processes, media and materials. A particular focus is on the contrasts and commonalities of nature and culture. The indoor and outdoor installations are multi-layered and offer space for associations as well as humorous, absurd and sad narratives.
Year of participation
The project "....." (working title) investigates the migration of plants and the transformations of soil that enable a plant to move. A central motif of the artistic research project is the vessel and its sculptural potentials. In the project sculptures are made from local soil and populated with local, agricultural plants. In this process each plant develops from a food crop to a subject that inhabits a sculpture.