Ohne Schritt
Sculpture, 2012
Concrete, 122 multiples
Dimensions variable

Ohne Schritt deals with the phenomena of series, mass, arrangement and effect. Abstract forms of the human foot, cast as concrete, are reproduced multiple times. The concrete casts contradict the fragile structure of the human foot, all the while alluding to the strength and power it must embody to actually carry the body’s weight. The concrete thereby serves not only as a contrast but also as an analogy to the “material” of the human foot. The arrangement of the pairs of feet in the exhibition space convey the underlying ideas of the work - mass and effect. The objects, created as a series, refer to each other and raise the question of originality.