KLAUS VOM BRUCH

Installation view SASSA TRÜLZSCH
Klaus vom Bruch in his exhibition

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

Installation view SASSA TRÜLZSCH

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

Adorno-Canetti-table, 1992
Teac-4-Track-Audio Tape and Silicone Casting
100 x 100 x 40 cm
52 mins. Loop

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

Installation view SASSA TRÜLZSCH

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Painting will be a Lower Class Phenomenon, 2010

Achival Inkjet print on satin paper

 

 

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Gay Curators Will Have Their own Planet, 2010

Achival Inkjet Print on satin paper

110 x 146 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

installation view SASSA TRÜLZSCH

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Everyone will be Completely Hysterical, 2010

Achival Inkjet Print on satin paper

110 x 146 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Nazis will Look Amazingly Different, 2010

Achival Inkjet Print on satin paper
110 x 153,3 cm


courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future There will be no Such Thing as an Office, 2013

Achival Inkjet Print on satin paper

110 x 137,9 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Artist Will Be More of a Sex Toy, 2010
Achival Inkjet Print on satin paper

110 x 144,2 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Having Sex will be Very Unusual, 2014

Achival Inkjet Print on satin paper

110 x 137,2 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Everybody will be gone, 2014

Achival Inkjet print on satin paper

142 x 111 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Collectors will steal their Artists ́Thunder, 2014

Achival Inkjet print on satin paper

111 x 137 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Housewives will be Killed by Policemen, 2010

Achival Inkjet print on satin paper

111 x 140 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

KLAUS VOM BRUCH

In the Future Art Dealers will be Very Lonsome, 2014

Achival Inkjet print on satin paper

111 x 137 cm

courtesy of SASSA TRÜLZSCH, Berlin

INGO GÜNTHER

Installation view SASSA TRÜLZSCH

INGO GÜNTHER

Birth Rates, 1988-2014

Ø 30 cm

The birth rate of each country is given by a visually scaled number indicating the average births per woman during her life span. The higher the birth rate, the higher and visually larger the number. Countries with stagnant or negative population growth (i.e. less than 2.2 births) are not noted. "2" represents between 2.2 and 2.5 births, "3" represents 2.6 to 3.5, etc.

INGO GÜNTHER

Illicit Drug Flows, 1988-2014

Ø 30 cm

The top countries producing cocaine all lie in the Andean region of South America. The major opium producing countries are in the Middle East and South Asia. Large arrows show general global flows of each drug, with each millimeter of arrow width representing 5 tons of goods. Cocaine and heroin flows are represented by their respective arrows while opium is represented by a dotted line.

INGO GÜNTHER

Nuclear Range, 1988-2014

Ø 30 cm

The five official members of the nuclear club (and permanent members of the UN Security Council) powers are outlined; the four undeclared nuclear states (non-signatories of the Non Proliferation Treaty) are shown in bright red. Each of these states project their threat, measured in two missile ranges, the solid ring being.

INGO GÜNTHER

Shape of Science, 1988-2014

Ø 30 cm

This representation on a sphere is one of several prototypes of a tangible sculpture of the "Shape of Science," based on the research of Dr. Richard Klavens and Dr. Kevin Boyack, who through spatial and quantifiable means, identify the connectivities and relative flows of inquiry within the world of science. Version 3, similar to Version 1, identifies each of the 13 fields of science in a different way, stylistically. The names of the fields are then written along their border.

INGO GÜNTHER
1988-2014
Ø 30 cm
Wine Consumption vs. Production Total consumption (circles) and production (triangles) of the world's wine is shown by geographic region. World wide, red wine and white wine consumption is assumed to be equal as suggested by US consumption data.