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Intervention Impact, 2004

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Jeppe Hein

Jeppe Hein is the kind of artist who doesn’t shy away from public space. After all, interaction is the lifeblood of this Berlin-based artist’s conceptual and minimalist-inspired oeuvre and a Jeppe Hein only really begins to live at the moment it is encountered—whether that is with an attitude of light-hearted play or one of thoughtful introspection.

Born in Copenhagen in 1974, Hein’s signature mix of human synergy and minimal aesthetics was already in place by the early 2000s—he was included in the 50th Venice Biennale and had shown at P.S.1 MOMA by the time he was just 30 years old. Known around the world for his Modified Social Benches series and intriguing mirrored labyrinths, Jeppe Hein has also exhibited in an impressive number of international venues including Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art, Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, and MOCA Los Angeles. His current show at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg runs until the end of March 2016.

Jeppe Hein is the kind of artist who doesn’t shy away from public space. After all, interaction is the lifeblood of this Berlin-based artist’s conceptual and minimalist-inspired oeuvre and a Jeppe Hein only really begins to live at the moment it is encountered—whether that is with an attitude of light-hearted play or one of thoughtful introspection.

Born in Copenhagen in 1974, Hein’s signature mix o […] more

Intervention Impact, 2004

Intervention Impact (2004) brings one of Jeppe Hein’s most iconic pieces directly to your collection. Originally shown at Hannover’s Sprengel Museum in 2004—and most recently at Basel’s Museum Tinguely in 2014—Intervention Impact is shown as a series of white, stackable cubes that invites its viewers to arrange the pieces themselves, creating an evolving sculptural work that takes on a new form with every fresh encounter.

This edition reduces Intervention Impact’s modular components to one third of their original size, making it ideal for personal display. Packaged in a minimal cardboard box with the title embossed on the lid, these six component cubes are crafted from folded white paper and are ready to be unpacked and arranged into your very own interpretation of Jeppe Hein’s interactive vision. Limited to an exclusive run of just 50 unsigned pieces, this edition is a perfect addition for anyone interested in contemporary European minimalist sculpture.

Intervention Impact (2004) brings one of Jeppe Hein’s most iconic pieces directly to your collection. Originally shown at Hannover’s Sprengel Museum in 2004—and most recently at Basel’s Museum Tinguely in 2014—Intervention Impact is shown as a series of white, stackable cubes that invites its viewers to arrange the pieces themselves, creating an evolving sculptural work […] more

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Jeppe Hein
Intervention Impact, 2004

Size:
Box: 34 x 23 x 11 cm

Material:
Six paper cubes with negative corner, each 10 x 10 cm, in a cardboard box with title embossed

Edition:
50

€630,25
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