Biennale Pusan

On the occasion of the Sea Art Festival at the Biennale in Pusan (South Korea), the Berlin artist Marc Schmitz designed a walk-in sculpture. It provides the viewer with a new and unusual spatial experience in the midst of a busy environment: upon entering, one perceives only the light blue inside of the funnel and the sky.

Walk-In Sculpture for a New Spatial Experience

The three-metre-high construction consists of a spatially double-curved steel frame made of hollow sections. A light blue inner membrane and a red outer membrane are stretched over it. The membranes are attached with a laced rim. The inner diameter of the sculpture varies between 0.8 and 4.6 m.

Werner Sobek was responsible for the overall planning of this art project.

Marc Schmitz, Berlin/Germany

Planning time

Construction time

Services by Werner Sobek

  • Object planning
  • Structural engineering (WP 1 − 8 acc. to § 64 HOAI)

Pusan Biennale 2004/South Korea

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