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Marcus Morgenstern

Sunday, September 7th, 2014

Theaterplatz in Dresden, Dresden’s historic old town as a backdrop for a sculpture of the artist group star/morning star on Saturday, a wooden foreign body will be in the middle of the historical backdrop of the old town the functioning not apparent at first glance. Although those faintly reminiscent of far eastern major construction sites, whose wooden scaffolding provide a similarly confusing sight, look here to no avail a construction site. The answer: it is “time.line.”, an art action of group star/morning star. With their sculpture, Daniel Stern (28) and Marcus Morgenstern (24) touring through Europe for 2 months. They were surrounded by lively pedestrian zones, in public places, in the landscape, mountains and the sea. After stops in London, Wales, Offenbach and Frankfurt, the project is now on the home straight – as official artwork of OSTRALE’09 it will move now by the theatre square in the Ostragehege and then as a permanent installation for the duration of the exhibition see be. During the installing the viewer can involve themselves in the action.

Parts of the design are to commit and other in turn remain purely visually perceptible. The materials – screws and roof slats – are limited, so that the stock is not sufficient to cope with a large section. For a progress, it is necessary to reconstruct the construction constantly to recover material. By this standard, the fabric is located in a permanent change. A documentation in the form of stop-motion technique holds the sections of the installation. A film is cut from this material, which adds together the pieces and makes visible the movement and transformation of the entire installation. From August 14 to September 6 at OSTRALE’09 to see film and installation. For their installation, the two artists need approximately 1500 m Batten – who’s got wood supplies, can contact the OSTRALE Centre. Also the OSTRALE in the hot phase of the building required plenty voluntary Helper. Contact: 0351-6533763 press date: Saturday, August 8th, theatre square between 12 and 14: 00 there is opportunity to meet the artists at work and to make recordings. Press photos to “time.line.”:../sternmorgenstern.html