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Carolin Liebl (born 1989 in Lichtenfels) and Nikolas Schmid-Pfähler (born 1987 in Gießen) collaborate since 2012. Both study fine arts at the Offenbach University of Art and Design since 2009 (Nikolas) and 2010 (Carolin). Read More 

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The basic and obvious fascination of Bewegungsform is due to the symbiosis of object and movement. The appeal of this sheer technical object is based on the movement, which makes the object seem agile and lively. A playful-poetic communication between object and observer develops. Indeed the observer is able to visually notice the object and is aware of the presence of energy, beyond that he is confronted with a bizarre picture of Bewegungsform in its technical incomprehensibility. Following this thought makes clear that Bewegungsform is more than a sheer aesthetic object. This project also deals with the two-way relationship between human beings and technique, which goes beyond a purely functional comprehension. The piece consists of an electromagnetic coil that envelops permanent magnets. It is held by copper wires, of which two in addition to their aesthetic impact supply the object with electricity.  The loose coil moves in irregular intervals according to a preprogrammed random sequence.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 20 x 16 x 16 cm
Collection curated by:

Klio Krajewska


Carolin Liebl and Nikolas Schmid-Pfähler






Copper coil, magnets, stainless steel, POM


12 copies

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