Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen (Core Drillings), 2011
Photo © Jens Ziehe

Kernbohrungen

05.03.2011 – 01.06.2011
Solo Exhibition

n.b.k., Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
Germany

For her solo show at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Sander has planned an intervention that takes up an everyday act and translates it to space as sculpture by using a banal and devalued material. Through the ceiling of the exhibition space, which is the floor of the n.b.k. officeshas had 30-centimeter-wide holes drilled in the places where usually the wastepaper baskets are located. The holes replace the wastepaper baskets, and visibly link administrative practice

With this intervention, Karin Sander not only shifts the perception of the institutional body itself, but also the perspective of visitors and n.b.k. employees alike. Karin Sander’s works emerge in the context of the location in question. She takes recourse to things already present in the system and that can turn the system against itself. The relations between inside and outside, between an institution and the city space are made legible and displayed in their ambivalence.

With this intervention, Karin Sander not only shifts the perception of the institutional body itself, but also the perspective of visitors and n.b.k. employees alike. Karin Sander’s works emerge in the context of the location in question. She takes recourse to things already present in the system and that can turn the system against itself. The relations between inside and outside, between an institution and the city space are made legible and displayed in their ambivalence.