Two Black Sheep


48 sheep figures (each 6.5 x 9 x 3.5 cm),
fixed on MDF board (65 x 45 cm) 
Annual edition 2017 of Kunstraum München e.V., 
Ed. of 12 

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Good or bad: Timm Ulrichs takes the proverb about the black sheep ad absurdum. In the work "Two Black Sheep", he illustrates how the environment determines whether something is seen as good or bad – how exchangeable good and evil is when they are roaming in the mainstream – how the exception becomes the rule when it is capable of majority voting. A picture puzzle, as he also played it through in his Transformation art trick “Wolf In Sheep's Clothing – Sheep In Wolf's Clothing" (2005/2010).
The work can be placed on a pedestal or hung in portrait format (hanging hole on the back for wall mounting). Matching Plexiglas hood on request and order.

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