Leaning Wall  2015/2014/2012

Leaning Wall

Permanent installation, Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, 2014

360 imprints of female and male body parts in various size cast in Meissen porcelain

Leaning Wall

Leaning Wall

Leaning Wall

Detail

Colour-glazed ceramic, various sizes

Leaning Wall

Leaning Wall (Zurich), 2012

Installation view, Shedhalle, Zurich
50 colour-glazed and fired ceramics, various sizes

Leaning Wall

Leaning Wall (Zurich), 2012

Leaning Wall

Installation view, Rampa, Istanbul, 2012

Leaning Wall (Istanbul), 2012, Macramé, 2012, Beş Taş Oyunu, 2012/2009

Leaning Wall

Leaning Wall (Istanbul), 2012

Installation view, Rampa, Istanbul
84 colour-glazed and fired ceramics, various sizes

Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall
Leaning Wall

Leaning Wall consists of different groups of colored Meissen porcelains that upon closer inspection reveal the imprints of female and male body parts, widely dispersed and arranged not so much in an anthropomorphous as in an aesthetic way. We feel tempted to try and fit our own elbow, knee or chin into the colorful negative molds it offers. In the end the work is about the outer shell, our physical boundary with the world that often constitutes who we are perceived to be. That external frontier becomes a scattered identity, reassembled and displayed as a fragmented body on the wall.