for a japanese artist living in new york, we supervised the production process for his artworks, and installations for museums in europe and asia. the tasks also included the creation of computer aided drawings for exhibition catalogues. the artist wanted ‘… to produce site-specific installations from semi-finished industrial products, in which their serial origin disappears beyond recognition’. art critic, robert c. morgan wrote: ‘the artist’s work is so clear and precise that it is extremely difficult to isolate the individual elements from the architecture.

2000 museum for modern and contemporary art, rupertinum. salzburg, austria
1996 foundation of concrete art. reutlingen, germany
1996 kawamura memorial museum of art. sakura, japan
1996 chiba municipal museum of art. chiba, japan
1997 museum for concrete art. ingostadt, germany
1997 art museum st. gallen. switzerland