molitor & kuzmin
Holzmarkt 1 | upside down
upsite down, 2018
400 x 210 x 200 cm, aluminium, acrylic glass, wood, Fluorescent tubes, electronic regulation
A pulsating light column embedded in two dynamically piled up module elements covered with acrylic glass.
Since the end of the 1990s Ursula Molitor and Vladimir Kuzmin have been working with industrially manufactured fluorescent lights that have been in everyday use since the 1940s. They use them as drawing tools and illustrative material, developing light based installations as interventions for specific spaces and environments.
EXHIBITIONS / PROJECTS [Selection]
2017 | Halifax [ca], //RESPONSIVE International Light Art Project
2017 | Pafos [gr], Pafor City Gallery
2017 | Celle [de], Art Museum
Since 1996 | Regular joint exhibition activities, especially in Europe
Since 1983 | Regular exhibitions, mainly in Europe
1972 | Moscow [ru], Studied architecture
1943 | Born in Saporoshje, Ukraine
Lives and works in Köln
Since 1985 | Regular exhibitions, especially in Europe.
Until 1966 | Hamburg [de], Graphic Design Studies
1947 | Born in Hermannsburg[de]
Lives und works in Köln