chapter_²/ Kite #2

09 Mar 2023, 4 – 8 pm

09 Mar – 26 Aug 2023


09 Mar – 26 Aug 2023

Thomas Lohr

09 Mar – 31 May 2023



Feeler /ˈfiːlə/ noun
an animal organ such as an antenna / aerial or palp that is used for testing things by touch or for searching.

EJTECH /’eitek’/ is the artist duo Judit Eszter Kárpáti and Esteban de la Torre. In their Budapest-based polydisciplinary studio they are working with unstable media, experimental interfaces, electronic textile and augmented materials, investigating the relationship between human, material and technological agencies. The use of sound, space, light and time as material building blocks are prominent in their work. Their work investigates sensorial and conceptual emergent networks between subject and object by creating performative installations, dynamic surfaces and multilayered environments.

The exhibition explores the heights and depths of the invisible substances around us, where the several meter long sublimated and meticulously pleated soft monolith FEELER­, receives and extends out to become an instrument which unveils the spatial quality of LRRH_AERIAL – the tone-of-place, a perceptual space is experienced by the visitors. The soft monolith is tuned with augmented material sensitivity to electromagnetic tides flowing within the space and amplified into audible range. In FEELER, the artists bring attention to the continual flux of energy and vibrant materiality by sculpting the air, combining concepts of space, energy, matter and time into a multisensorial soft sculpture. This self-generating soundscape is autonomous and perpetually modulated by the electromagnetic activity occurring within reach of the monolith’s soft antennae. What is invisible finds its way through.



In Himmelblau, Thomas Lohr photographs the clear, cloudless sky from different locations around the world. While the place from which he takes each photo varies dramatically, the photographs themselves are necessarily of the same sky; only close scrutiny reveals subtle variations in light and colour between them. This is Lohr’s purpose. Rather than accenting formal or aesthetic differences between views of the sky, the photographer uses the technology of the camera to evidence their commonality. We all live under the same blue sky. We all look up at the same blue sky. And the act of looking up is perhaps as near to a universal human experience as there is. Himmelblau absorbs its viewer into the sky’s blue immensity without letting them forget where it is that they stand.

Paulina Hoffmann "Protektion 2"


Daniel Baker, Thomas Baldischwyler, Marc Brandenburg, EJTECH, Andreas Gefeller, Thomas Lohr, Anselm Reyle, Huang Rui, Rosemarie Trockel and Johannes Wohnseifer

LRRH_Aerial Cube #2 Nov 21 - Mar 22