SPAR * K developed an expansive sculpture that uses and occupies space like a labyrinth. The enclosed area is displayed as a blank space, a negative volume as filigree mesh of readymades is rotated and pushes through the facade. Inside, the space could not made out immediately: the hundredfold multiplication of hula hoops takes the contrast from the environment and blurs contours and movements with the latticework.
The mixed-media installation consists of everyday small multiples, which turn to the big picture and thus for something completely different. A sports and playground equipment, the hula hoop, is misused and woven into a rhythmic structure. Inside and outside, light and shadow, and the space question the precise perception and calling constantly to interact. The structure appears to be closed or transparent depending on the viewing angle, HulaCUBE dissolves and is made up again in a different angle. The result is a newly defined space within a space, complemented by exceptional impressions, atmospheric density and changing light and shadow.
HulaCube was shown for the Arts Festival 48Stunden Neukölln and filed for Art Price of the house at Kleistpark.