ausstellung

low cost houses and pavilions 2016 space ship/kunst und architektur, Matriculation Hall, Technical University Munich 2015 Indigenous Terra Madre 2015, Mawphlang, Meghalaya, Northeast India 2015 ocean dome and buildings, Cape Institut of Architecture, Cape Town, South Africa 2013 - 2014 Haus der Architektur, Bayerische Architektenkammer, Munich, Germany

At this exhibition minimal constructions and low cost houses are the central themes with the goal to make a contribution to the discussion also for informal city structures. Experimental possibilities are shown on the basis of realized projects or such under construction by Markus Heinsdorff in China, Germany, Ecuador, India and South Africa (photo documentation, models, sketches, exhibits and video).

wasser-werke a joint project with the hydromechanics laboratory of the Technical University Munich, Germany 2012 Goethe Institut, Max Müller Bhavan, Bangalore, India 2012 German pavilion, Riocentro Convention Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2012 Club Transatlântico and German House of Science and Innovation (DWIH-SP), São Paulo,Brazil 2011 Exhibition Hall at the Technical University Munich, Germany

bangalore, in cooperation with the internationalen short film-festival „Voices from the Waters“ as part of the präsentation: German and India. Exhibition with object, installation, video, photography as well as an in-situ work in Bangalore about water. With support by the Free State of Bavaria.

rio+20, object installation „air rings in water“, German pavilion at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. With support by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment.

são paulo, exhibition with object, installation, video, photography about water as well as in-situ work where people of the region Guarapiranga were portrayed and their personal stories about water were written down. As a guest contribution thr designer and architect Nivaldo Vitorino showed his video work „Pantanal Waters“. With support by the Free State of Bavaria.

munich, exhibition with object, installation, video, photography with and about water. Accompanying lectures and excursions with Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Markus Aufleger, Irene Burkhardt and Horst Haffner, Dr. phil. Wolf Dieter Enkelmann, Dr. Andreas Fath, Prof. Dr. Peter Pörtner, Dr. Christoph Rapp. With support by Hansgrohe GmbH, Schiltach and Selbach Umwelt Stiftung, Munich

wasser-werke 2009 Kallmann museum, Ismaning

Object, installation, video und photography about and with water in six museum spaces. Room I photography and water bowl, room II photography, room III calligraphy (black pieces of driftwood displayed in a layout table) room IV „Isar the river“ / photography and river stones in water bowls, room V water music, room VI water video

the pavilion buildings 2009 Lichthof, German Foreign Ministry, Berlin, Germany 2009 Jiangtan-Promenade and Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China 2009 Gallery of the LuXun Academy of Fine Arts and Glass pavilion Zhongshan Park, Shenyang, China 2008 Three Gorges Museum, Chongqing, China 2008 Gallery of the South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China 2007 Central Library, Daxinggong square, Nanjing, China

Display of models, sketches, plans and 1:1 details for the bamboo buildings. Those were developed between 2007 and 2009 for the project „Germany and China - Gemeinsam in Bewegung“ (DuC) in 5 megacities. In this exhibition the documentation of the 22 finished buildings of 5
buildings types and their technical details with around 100 exhibits and documentation were presented.
With support by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Goethe-Institut Beijing, China

experience bamboo 2007 Gallery of Architecture, Technological Institute Bandung and Gallery Selasar Sunario (group exhibition), Bandung, Java, Indonesia 2006 Goethe-Institute Jakarta, Indonesia 2006 CMU Art Museum Chiang Mai, Thailand 2005 Goethe-Institute Bangkok, Thailand

Display of models, sketches, plans and 1:1 details in addition to photographs for a variety of
finished bamboo art installations and its subsequent technological developments in bamboo. Exhibits were models of airships (skyplace), tree house models and a 1:1 tree house (Bandung) on a mahagony tree as well as the technological development for linking bamboo cane.
With support of the Goethe-Institut Bangkok, Thailand and Goethe-Institut Jakarta, Indonesia

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