Art

We take care of the HOW so that you can fully concentrate on the WHAT.

Sculptures & Statues

From tree trunks to candy mass – our creative skills grow with your ideas

  • For 10 years we have been building Pixel Boxes and sculptures for the Berlin artist, made of acrylics, Corian® and MDF. The polygons of the ‘Stacks’ are individually milled and then assembled by hand by our model makers.

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  • Boulder or spruce, the difference for successful processing lies in the material. The 3D data of the stones that Alicija Kwade transforms are milled from PU block material. A predictable, industrially produced material with a homogeneous density.The two-metre-high tree trunks, which as living material take years to dry out, are a completely different case.

     

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  • Everyday items become objects with symbolic character through scaling. For example the Afro Combs on a scale of 10:1, which symbolise the artist’s African roots. You can find more pictures of various projects which we realised for Robin Rhode in the project view.

     

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Installations

(Almost) No matter how big your idea is – there is room for it in our workshop.

  • The glass of the light bulbs and tubes used in Philippe Parreno’s light installations are hand-blown in an Italian factory. We provide the work with circuits and assemble it to let it shine in the spirit of the artist.

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  • We set up Anna K.E.’s expansive installation in record time in the Georgian Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale. In the interview, Anna K.E. talks about her search for a place to produce art and how she found the right partner in werk5.

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Limited Editions

Arouse desire with limited series

  • On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Deutsche Bank Art Collection, an interior design by Zaha Hadid was produced as a scaled-down sculpture. Each of the 250 sculptures -125 translucent and 125 opaque copies –  was numbered and provided with the artist’s signature.

  • Together with the artist Anish Kapoor and muse concept, Edition No.45 was developed for the Deutsche Guggenheim. An abstract cast model of the site-specific installation Memory on a scale of 1:50.

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