We built a room-spanning sculpture, releasing a converse sense at first. In its basic form it reminds of a model landscape of a railway modeller. It is a complex and penetrating plywood construction. The analytical view will recognise an underlying landscape whose surface is described by the contour of the diagonally criss-crossing lamellae only. Geometrically meandering serpentines run through the relief in two layers whose levels are interconnected by spirals. Different from the modeller, this work, titled "Alfred Hitchcock in Guilin", does not commit itself to a lifelike simulation of landscape (here of the famous southern chinese one). It rather seems constructive in its style and accurate in execution.
Views of the sculpture in Mini Salon, Munich, Germany.
See also: Mad Doctor