Three disused conference tables are supported by nine neon lamps. Precarious spots are cushioned with crumbled rubber mats. Two table legs are mounted on each table leave. Holes are drilled where those are missing. Thus it is possible that tables pierce each other. The bedding an wedging generate a unfamiliar relationship of mutual dependency. Version 2016
Three table leaves assembled on their longitudinal axis kept in precarious balance to one another each through pairs of protruding table legs. Nine neon lamps stacked along the long edge of two tables tops at a time, forming an upper lid. Serially wired together. - Individual components are loosely configured.
in Solo Exhibition DROP OUT Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil, 2013
Two table legs on a plane of overlapping coloured glass, with their top fixing plate element facing downwards. Two table legs with the side strut of the top fixing plate component leaning on a single strip of glass. - Individual components are loosely configured.
The tube bases sheathed in raw felt and connected to one another. The original tabletops replaced by numerous colourful planes of unfixed glass. The support structures are connected with one another and can be modulated into different flexible positions.