Misplaced X

(2003-ongoing)

“In ‘Misplaced X’ the audience is part of a body-in-space game that reflects phenomena, such as closeness and distance, intimacy and public presentation.” (FAZ)

“Outstanding installations you can’t pass by without noticing.”
(Süddeutsche Zeitung)

“Misplaced X” is a performance-installation for public spaces, which examines the human body in specific contexts. Performers are placed in glass cubes of different sizes. Each cube and the performance within are unique, accompanied by a unique musical composition.

The body becomes an object on exhibit, transformed to a moving sculpture. The glass cubes create transparent boundaries between performer and audience, allowing an extreme intimacy and yet putting the audience in the role of voyeur, experiencing himself in the juxtaposition between intimacy and distance.