Published by Kerber. Text by Veronika Adam, Kai Bleifuss, Leonhard Euler, Dagrun Hintze, Jan Köchermann, et al.
The now-forgotten East German particle physicist Hubertus M. Frassek posited the existence of tiny black holes and dreamed of traveling through Southern Germany in a mobile laboratory to prove his theories. Decades later, artist Jan Köchermann (born 1967) continues Frassek’s expedition, recounted here.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Text by Hilke Wagner, Florian Waldvogel, Michael Linger, Dagrun Hintze.
Since 1996, German artist Jan Köchermann (born 1967) has been working with ducts as sculpture, producing a variety of large installations in public spaces that provide unexpected sights, whether it be a floating upside-down high-rise building, or the reproduction of a 26-meter-long bicycle tunnel. This monograph covers Köchermann's entire oeuvre, and also examines his light sculptures and film projections.