10.6. – 23.7. 2011

Sebastian Stumpf - Highwalk

Sebastian Stumpf's interventions in public spaces are ephemeral and serial, acrobatic and comical. The city is his terrain, from its architectural utopias to its circulatory zones. In contrast to the urban flâneur, Stumpf explores the city through bodily engagement. He jumps over railings, climbs up trees, and throws himself under closing garage doors. In his photographs and video projections, the temporary occupation of space is immediately followed by his disappearance from the image. For the exhibition 'Highwalk', Sebastian Stumpf will create a new site-specific work.

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Trees, 2008, Video projection, 31:42, loop  | 2/2
Performance #25, 2011, Site-specific video installation, Galerie Thomas Fischer | 2/6
Performance #25, 2011, Site-specific video installation, Galerie Thomas Fischer | 3/6
Performance #25, 2011, Site-specific video installation, Galerie Thomas Fischer | 4/6
Performance #25, 2011, Site-specific video installation, Galerie Thomas Fischer | 5/6
Performance #25, 2011, Site-specific video installation, Galerie Thomas Fischer | 6/6
Sukima, 2009, C-Print, 48 x 36 cm | 2/7
Sukima, 2009, C-Print, 48 x 36 cm | 3/7
Sukima, 2009, C-Print, 48 x 36 cm | 4/7
Sukima, 2009, C-Print, 48 x 36 cm | 5/7
Sukima, 2009, C-Print, 48 x 36 cm | 6/7
Sukima, 2009, C-Print, 48 x 36 cm | 7/7