Installations in two locations by Raul Walch
In his site-specific interventions, Raul Walch is simultaneously a critical investigator, performer, and activist. His projects range from textile-based works, sculpture, installation, to photographic documentation and imagined architectural propositions. As an ex-resident of the neighborhood, Walch made two different guest interventions, both of which made strong and poetic proposals for reimagining public space and its layers.
Raul Walch lives in Berlin and works at the Bauhaus-University Weimar as Artistic Associate and Lecturer of the Public Art and New Artistic Strategies MFA program. His installations can be seen as both imaginarium and archive. This can be seen both as the imaginarium and the archive. In his new works, he guides the viewer into infinite drifting angles of clandestine territories; criss-cross woven textile sheets make up the body of this new border.