Kunstverein Konstanz, 11. 2. 2011
Suzhou Jinji Lake Art Museum, 24. 8. 2013
minor — A single roll of paper, 3.40 metres wide, was cut into 12 strips of 25 metres each and pasted together. The resulting 1000 m² of paper were crumpled, crushed and pressed into a bale measuring 160 x 180 x 70 cm. The process required several days of manual labour. The performance took place in an exhibition space, measuring 136 m². There I cut the white cord that holds the bale together and separated the mass of paper again, carefully pulling and distributing it in the room or pushing my way into it, crawling under the floods and making them rise. Scrunching up 80 g writing paper gives it stability. The sculpture that emerged during the preview filled the large upstairs gallery for the duration of the exhibition.