Claudia Busching, Andrew Stonyer, Pomona Zipser

18.1.2020 – 2. 8. 2020

Center for Contemporary Art, Gallery ground floor


The exhibition “Not only in Space, but also in Time” combines the sculptural approaches of three sculptors into a three-dimensional space of experience consisting of sculpture, light installation and drawing. The artists focus on the construction and deconstruction of ideas and concepts of space. In their site-specific works, they investigate the interrelation between space and time.


Claudia Busching structures the sequence of the long corridors of the Old Barracks over a length of around 80 metres by linear arrangements of black bamboo poles. The result is a walk-through continuum of loose arrangements and selective condensations. Pomona Zipser creates a space-filling abstract wooden sculpture that is sensitively balanced between firmness and fragility. A monumental neon work by the English sculptor Andrew Stonyer develops an irritating interplay of sculptural form and its visual dissolution.

Time as a constant of perception plays a central role in the three-dimensional space. The installations are complemented by exemplary sculptural and graphic works by the artists.


With the kind support of the district promotion fund of the Senate Administration for Culture and Europe.
Ill.: Andrew Stonyer, Timepiece, 2010, „Kinetica“, P3 London, Neon tubes in polycarbonate sleeves, electronic components
Das lange Gebäude der Alten Kaserne, Foto: Zitadelle Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann


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