Christoph Dahlhausen | Stabilizing Light Soest
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Stabilizing Light Soest

Christoph Dahlhausen has realized a light installation for the Raum Schroth in the Museum Wilhelm Morgner in Soest, in the exhibition Gaeste Konkrete. “Stabilizing Light Soest” combines blue fluorescent light tubes, ordinary steel scaffolding tubes, known from building sites.

Stabilizing Light (Freising) (in a certain sense) is site specific and autonomous at the same time. Dark steel tubes, marked with traces from regular use, build a strong contrast to the bright blue fluorescent light. The steel structures’ dimensions are 3.30 x 5 x 6.5 m (h x w x d) and are fixed by usual scaffolding steel clamps.