free spirit

The projection of abstracted brain structures on the surface of a wall directly controlled and shaped by the viewer’s behavior - their presence creating a dynamic interaction which the installation graphically reflects. The installation invites public engagement, elicits viewer interaction and manifests as a spectacle - The improvised fusion of art, technology, and the body of the participant gives rise to a unique performance.

  • Bodo Korsig
  • Bonko Karadjov
  • Bodo Korsig
  • Bonko Karadjov
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    1 minute 21 seconds
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    April 4, 2021
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    10,000 USD
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    Digital 35 mm
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Director Biography - Bodo Korsig, Bonko Karadjov

I was born in 1962 in Zwickau, Germany, (then East Germany) and studied sculpture and stone restoration in Berlin.
I have exhibited extensively in over a hundred museums and galleries, nationally and internationally - including Leonardimuseum Dresden (Germany), Fukumitsu Art Museum, (Japan), Smart Museum of Art Chicaco (USA), Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, (Germany) and ZKM Karlsruhe (Germany).

My work is in over fifty museums - in both public and private collections, including the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.(USA), Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (USA), Smart Museum, Chicago, Czech Museum of Fine Arts, Prague (Tschechien) and Museum Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern (Germany).

I have received twenty international prizes and scholarships, including Stipendium Kunstfonds, Berlin (Germany), Artist Residency Largo das Artes, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Grand Prix 4th International Triennial Prague (Czech Republic), and Max Kade Foundation (USA).

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Director Statement

Since I started creating, I am continually challenged by my own practice to alternately explore multiple media including sculpture, video installation and stage design. My work has always explored the relationship between art and social connections. I have collaborated with writers, musicians and dancers.

For about twenty years my main theme has been to model human behavior under extreme conditions such as fear, violence, pressure or death. In this I am especially intrigued by the neurological and cognitive processes that are difficult to record purely scientifically. I want to provoke a new perception of the processes at the interface of biological determination and human consciousness. I am interested in creating a new pictorial language as the expression of brain functions and human awareness, using the biological body, metaphysical symbols, and the crystalisation of the spoken word.