Peter Kogler

Peter Kogler, Ich ist eine Ego-Maschine, ERES Stiftung, Munich, 2016

Peter Kogler, Untitled (2016)

Like in the inside of a kaleidoscope, moving geometric patterns constantly create new combinations on the walls of Peter Kogler’s accessible, computer animated installation. They make them vibrate while seeming to dissolve the materiality of the room. The psychedelic effect of the black and white structures makes us feel as if we are no longer on solid ground.


James Turrell

James Turrell, Grey Dawn, 1991 / 92 / 2015, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, photo: Achim Kukulies, © artist

Grey Dawn

Grey Dawn is entered through a dark space that serves as a juncture. As our eyes slowly adjust to the darkness in the room, we begin to notice a diffusely glowing field of grey.


Imi Knoebel

Imi Knoebel, Genter Raum, 1979/80, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, © Imi Knoebel/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Ghent Room

Genter Raum (Ghent Room) is among Imi Knoebel’s key works. Irregular segments of wood are stacked up in groups on the floor, while rectangular panels are arranged into sculptural blocks or hung on the walls like paintings.