GlassPhone

GlassPhone, 2014
GlassPhone, 2014
GlassPhone ( L-Train ), Cura Magazine, 2014
GlassPhone ( L-Train ), Cura Magazine, 2014
GlassPhone ( CDF ), 2020
GlassPhone ( CDF ), 2020
GlassPhone ( balthus detail ), 2014
GlassPhone ( balthus detail ), 2014
GlassPhone, narrative devices ( video still ), 9th berlin biennale, 2016, ( produced by iconoclast )
GlassPhone, narrative devices ( video still ), 9th berlin biennale, 2016, ( produced by iconoclast )
GlassPhone, narrative devices ( video still ), 9th berlin biennale, 2016, ( produced by iconoclast )
GlassPhone, narrative devices ( video still ), 9th berlin biennale, 2016, ( produced by iconoclast )
 GlassPhone, narrative devices ( video still ), 9th berlin biennale, 2016, ( produced by iconoclast )
GlassPhone, narrative devices ( video still ), 9th berlin biennale, 2016, ( produced by iconoclast )
GlassPhone, 34. Kasseler Dokfest, 2017
GlassPhone, 34. Kasseler Dokfest, 2017
GlassPhone ( Window ), 2020
GlassPhone ( Window ), 2020
GlassPhone ( CDF ), 2020
GlassPhone ( CDF ), 2020
GlassPhones, 2016
GlassPhones, 2016
GlassPhone, 34. Kasseler Dokfest, 2017
GlassPhone, 34. Kasseler Dokfest, 2017

The phenomenon of virtual illusion denies reality by depicting it.
The transparency is an exaggeration of emptiness and abundance of information and content at the same time. It creates infinite possibilities and makes the world a backdrop.

The photography is based on the sculpture of the GlassPhone as such.

Tilman Hornig - GlassPhone
portable and applied sculpture
2014 - ongoing

Narrative Devices
Berlin Biennale, 2016
Narrative Devices
I
Narrative Devices II
Narrative Devices III