Kantenhocker (Corner squatter)


Blue linen covered cardboard object, 22 x 18 x 3 cm;
Edition of 25 + 4 APs, sign./num.

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The “Kantenhocker” has been conceived to be put on historical and contemporary art works. While the “Kantenhocker” is squatting on a frame of a picture or a sculpture, it refers to the occupied artwork and draws more attention to it.
The instruction leaflet describes a variety of applications and conceivable interpretations: Ornament, bridgehead, bumerang, measure of capacity, joint, parasite, prothesis, property, reversal tool, divider, etc. 

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