Rolf Langebartels
Internetproject Soundbag

update from July 14th, 2012
Skulptur Cerberus von Ewerdt Hilgemann
Photo: copyright Rolf Langebartels
Ewerdt Hilgemann
Sculpture Cerberus from the year 2000
Bundesallee at corner Nachodstraße, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, Germany
The sculpture was created as an imploded hollow cube. Ewerdt Hilgemann extracts the air out off the stainless steel cube by using a vacuum pump until it implods. In this process it looses its previous geometric shape and form and gains a new form that refers to the physical process of its coming into existence.
We could imagine the temporal process of buckling of the cube and the sound that is created at that time.
Further information about the work of Ewerdt Hilgemann.
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