it drips

Maren Maidhof, betreut von Prof. Reiner Wiesemes

Maren Maidhof, student of interior design at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences under the direction of Prof. Reiner Wiesemes, interpreted the leitmotif "Bringing to light" with “it drips”. At the core of her light installation are natural processes, their processability and the illumination of our own position within this system.

By toying with proportions, Maren Maidhof looks at our will to design and our effectiveness. Whereby she draws a cross connection to the site where the remains of the medieval harbor were discovered only before 2012.

The student project as part of the Biennale "innenarchitektur offen 2020": 

Rupture

Harbor Thoughts

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Maren Maidhof, betreut von Prof. Reiner Wiesemes

Maren Maidhof, a student of interior design at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, interpreted the leitmotif "Bringing to light", under the direction of Prof. Reiner Wiesemes. The human factor is her theme of her room installation "it drips" in the Burnitzhof of the Historisches Museum Frankfurt.


it drips

Lichtkunst Indoor

  • 12.–15.03.20, 19–23 Uhr
  • Historisches Museum Frankfurt, Saalhof 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

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