Stephan Hüsch © 2007, acrylic perspex, plastic figures, plastic, iron wire, mp3 player incl. speaker, 100 x 90 x 40 cm
poem and voice: Genevieve McClean © 2007

poem text:
Where damask and plump meets um-bridge glee
Astounding wild and Trompling Sea
The cleverest bits on a bombus bee
In a quickening flowering succulously,

By the stippled yolk part of languid art
A bulb banner promoting lips counterpart
Boldly amaze into dynasty the start
In a serial collapse terrain my lazy flushing heart,

Vesicular riches on a gyptian made of ring
Schools of lingular approach and fleets of Ming
Everything that shimmers in a tins ship fling
A spark that flies the eye into a dawns pale sailing,

Lanterns melt by central fugue
A pip round statue topiary bugle
Flags in the blue lop canon like Breughel
Even lovely Mrs McDougal all old and frugal,

Along highways grain the rubber of a wheel see,
Views bring times pan to great moments of the century,
Keep guard your vision of my intent as its meant to be,
All brave and ancient brazen glory what you mean to me.

Stephan Hüsch © 1997, acrylic perspex, aluminium, foam, speakers, 70 x 50 x 12 cm
text, voice, sound and idea: Stephan Hüsch © 1997
The radiator is freezing and talking about how to feel warm himself.

Stephan Hüsch © 1997, acrylic perspex, 2 microfones, 2 speakers, plastic flowers, 2 fishes (kois), water, 120 x 60 x 50 cm
sculpture, sound and idea: Stephan Hüsch © 1997
text: part of the fairytale “The Fisher and his Wife”
voices: Falilou Seck, Susanne Burkhard
The fishes are kidding about the humans as it would be a running gag since hundrets of years in the lake.

Stephan Hüsch © 1997, plastic, varnishing, glass mirror, sound chip, speaker, 70 x 35 x 7 cm
A sound chip in the sculpture is repeating everything what you say to the mirror.