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Andreas Slominski, ‘Schnürsenkelmühle’, 1996, Phillips
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Schnürsenkelmühle, 1996

Metal, painted wood and colored film
43 × 41 × 19 in
109.2 × 104.1 × 48.3 cm
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Phillips

Property from a Belgian Collector

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Design/Decorative Art
Andreas Slominski
German, b. 1959
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With a reputation for eccentricity, wit, and intellect, Andreas Slominski produces concept-driven works that explore daily experience and personal obsession. Slominski established his provocative reputation with a series of humorous interventions—planting a dead tree stump among the lindens of Berlin, staging an art show opening with no art except the artist himself lurking in the hedges, coaxing a giraffe to lick a stamp. His best known works are sculptural installations that transform everyday objects into curious occasions for reflection and interaction, as in his 2005 exhibition of a series of "traps" set for various creatures. For Sperm (2012), he (allegedly) splashed gallery walls and floors with the semen of men and bulls.

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About the work
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Property from a Belgian Collector

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Design/Decorative Art
Andreas Slominski
German, b. 1959
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With a reputation for eccentricity, wit, and intellect, Andreas Slominski produces concept-driven works that explore daily experience and personal obsession. Slominski established his provocative reputation with a series of humorous interventions—planting a dead tree stump among the lindens of Berlin, staging an art show opening with no art except the artist himself lurking in the hedges, coaxing a giraffe to lick a stamp. His best known works are sculptural installations that transform everyday objects into curious occasions for reflection and interaction, as in his 2005 exhibition of a series of "traps" set for various creatures. For Sperm (2012), he (allegedly) splashed gallery walls and floors with the semen of men and bulls.

Schnürsenkelmühle, 1996

Metal, painted wood and colored film
43 × 41 × 19 in
109.2 × 104.1 × 48.3 cm
Bidding closed
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