Landscape of 5,000 cardboard boxes for a camera house by artist Mirjam Kuitenbrouwer, in the "white box" architecture of Richard Meier, in Unheim exhibition, dedicated to Anarchitekturen. Context Unheim, anarchitectures is the title of a group-show curated by Friederike Kitschen, Berlin. She collected videos, drawings and installations of Gordon Matta-Clark, Haus-Rucker-Co, Dan Graham, Rachel Whiteread, Gregotr Schneider, Amelie von Wulffen, Peter Garfield, Alexandra Ranner, Seoungwon Won and Mirjam Kuitenbrouwer & Observatorium. These artists use architecture, play with architecture, distort architecture to create art. The exhibiton takes place in Stadthaus Ulm by architect Richard Meier. As a follow up of the gallery show in Berlin, we wanted to create a landscape for an architectural model of Mirjam Kuitenbrouwer. Concept Mirjam Kuitenbrouwer was going to enlarge one of the architectural models she had made from second hand cameras. That was certain. It was going to be made of card board. It was going to suggest that a camera is a perfect place to live in. The landscape we should provide was therefore also made of card board boxes.
location: Stadthaus, Ulm