EMSCHERKUNST – sculptor Bogomir Ecker creates an unstable piece of art
- Series: EMSCHERKUNST – art & landscape
Art is hard work. First, there is a long period of planning, but after that, there is action and the fun. The sculptor Bogomir Ecker, professor of sculpture and a participating artist of the documenta, finally can begin with his most appreciated work: abrading, hammering, molding – or, in a nutshell: creating his two most recent sculptures.
Two sculptures, a street lamp, and new water music
In this video, Saschko Frey follows the artist Bogomir Ecker who is busy with his latest project. Ecker - whose works had already been exhibited at the documenta in Kassel – allows Frey an exclusive inspection of him in his workshop in the Kayser art foundry in Düsseldorf.
He explains the effect of the installation he has planned for EMSCHERKUNST 2010, and which role his sculptures, a street lamp, and his fellow artist Bülent Kullukcu play in it.
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