reviews

  • Franz Erhard Walther

    Galerie Tilly Haderik; Galerie Achim Kubinski

    Franz Erhard Walther’s conception of art is to invite the viewer to participate in changing the works, building them through a sum of actions. Wall or spatial elements, walkways, and pedestallike objects can be walked to or stood upon. Several people can encounter each other on paths that then diverge. Standing on a pedestal, one turns into a sculpture, and partners can turn toward or away from, or stand beside, one another. Walther believes that “the experience is in any event deeper and richer if I as viewer, i.e., acting participant, develop sculptural principles from within by defining and

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  • Franz Erhard Walther

    Galerie Tilly Haderik; Galerie Achim Kubinski

    Franz Erhard Walther’s conception of art is to invite the viewer to participate in changing the works, building them through a sum of actions. Wall or spatial elements, walkways, and pedestallike objects can be walked to or stood upon. Several people can encounter each other on paths that then diverge. Standing on a pedestal, one turns into a sculpture, and partners can turn toward or away from, or stand beside, one another. Walther believes that “the experience is in any event deeper and richer if I as viewer, i.e., acting participant, develop sculptural principles from within by defining and

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