Ralf Berger - Sculptor for time based Media

Ralf Berger, Hurrah, Posthistorical melancholy, 2016, art videos, performance, object, installation, German self irony, exhibition Düsseldorf, together with Gregor Schneider, Dahmen Collection, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, art curator, artdealer, author, former Ralf Berger, (Hurrah) Posthistorical melancholy, 3 squares, each has 25 x 25 fall glasses and 3 videos, 2016

This installation was part of an exhibition with Gregor Schneider in a former Squash center in Düsseldorf, 2016. Dr. Susanne Schreiber wrote about this extraordinary work in Handelsblatt: "An alienation of the underpinning the state into chaotic liberated" 

 

 

 

Ralf Berger, Right Ego, 2016, sculpture, Glas, sculptor of timebased media, contemporary art, german artist, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, art curator, art dealer, artist rpresentative, Düsseldorf Ralf Berger, Right Ego, 2016

Cast of the artist's head made of extra hard glass, pulled over a right rubber boot size 47, placed on a purpose-built glossy base, which is based on the neck diameter.

 

 

Ralf Berger, In Principle, 1997, sculptor of time based media, german artist, contemporary art, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, art curator, art dealer, former lecturer, accademia di Belle arti di Venezia, artist representative, Düsseldorf Ralf Berger ( In principle), Trying to hitchhike to Cologne with a bag of cement, 1997

The attempt to hitchhike with a bag of cement to Cologne (Basically), 1997 - to fill 100 holes that were drilled into the ground at the place of performance

 

 

 

Ralf Berger, 2013, Fresh Environment, sculptor of time based media, German artist, contemporary art, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, art curator, art dealer, author, former lecturer, Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, Düsseldorf Ralf Berger, Fresh Environment, 2013

 

 

Ralf Berger (* 1961 in Düsseldorf) is a German artist who has continuously introduced by his work a new concept of artistic material in the visual arts or their special discipline of forming sculpture: The own body.

 

He combines the image media of photography, video, object art and the action medium of performance into an existential sculptural design that postulates man as a measure of the value of art.

 

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