Annika Hippler

Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (6)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (1)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (5)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (3)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (4)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (9)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (11)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (7)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (8)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (10)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (12)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (2)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (14)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (15)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (16)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (13)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (20)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (17)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (19)
Annika Hippler. EVI LICHTUNGEN Hildesheim 2018. Photo Jennifer Braun (18)
Roemer- and Pelizaeus Museum [RPM] | Annika Hippler: The Fabric Of The Cosmos | Photos: Jennifer Braun

For the EVI LICHTUNGEN, Annika Hippler realized a site-specific installation of 23 laser objects. Mounted freely in the space, the focused, green dot lasers were installed on tripods of different heights. Every single laser was surrounded by a textile cylinder, which had different diameters from 50 cm to 100 cm. The light-directing material they were made of was so deformed that they each produced an individual light, shadow and reflection behavior. The cylinders were moved by analog rotary motors and in the interplay of the 23 “Orbits”, as Annika Hippler calls the individual objects, the various image cycles that were generated overlapped on the cubature.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017 | Djerba (tn) SEE-DJERBA
2016 | Tunis (tn) INTERFERENCE
2016 | Ludwigshafen (de) RUDOLF-SCHARPF-GALERIE
2014 | Vilnius (lt) INSANITUS FESTIVAL 
2013 | Moscow (ru) ZVEREV CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ART
2011 | Karlsruhe (de) ZKM

BACKGROUND

2007 I Masterstudent
2000-2007 I Braunschweig (de) University of Arts
1998-2000 I Berlin (de) University of Arts
1978 I Berlin (de) born
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