His team works at the interface between drafts and free dynamic forms. The experimental space structures offer new insights into his interdisciplinary approach. For the museum’s 10-metre high entrance area J. MAYER H. has developed a walk-in installation. Walls and floor are clad in carpeting, on which data security patterns are printed in black and grey. The work’s space-consuming concept negates the strict geometry of the entrance hall. The considerably enlarged, repeating patterns produce a flickering impression and transform the white cube into a playful scenario of interpermeating forms and structures. Supplementary three-dimensional models translate the two-dimensional patterns into concrete forms.
A catalogue will be appearing for the exhibition including various illustrations, explanatory texts and a commented biography.
The exhibition is being facilitated with generous support from the Berliner Stadtreinigung as part of the initiative Trenntstadt Berlin.
The installation will be realised by Vorwerk Teppichwerke.