Frassek’s Space Collector
The now forgotten East German particle physicist Hubertus M. Frassek believed in the existence of incredibly small black holes. He dreamt of traveling through Southern Germany in a mobile laboratory in order to prove his theories. Why Southern Germany? No one knows anymore.Decades later, Jan Köchermann (*1967) brought this dream to life again. At the invitation of the Kunstverein Göppingen, he undertook the hitherto unfulfilled, odd expedition with Frassek’s Space Collector. The publication itself becomes become part of the “rolling dream along the frontiers of science” as documentation and artist’s book.
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21 × 26 cm
122 colored and 24 b/w illustrations
Languages: German, English
Kunstverein Göppingen e.V., Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron DESY, Galerie Mathias Günter
Veronika Adam, Kai Bleifuß, Leonhard Euler, Dagrun Hintze, Jan Köchermann, Christian Schwanenberger
Tillmann Engel, Jan Köchermann, Nicole R. Schardt
Jan Köchermann: Frasseks Raumsammler, Kunstverein Göppingen, Opening: December, 15 2019 – February 9, 2020