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To crystalize into a solution (working title) combines physical monuments presented in art handling crates with a 3D video shown on three screens. By creating selfmade artifacts of the past and the future the current loop of our present gets dissolved. The work cracks time, space and history to tell a possible alternative future. One strategy is that of crystallization: to temporarily organize flowing matter in a solid in order to expand and create a pressure so great as to break the hardest and most oppressive materials.
Finn Wagner (Krefeld, 1992) is an artist working between sculpture, video art and 3D animation. Through immersive alternate worlds and sculptural objects, he transcends the physical boundaries of materials, questioning their existence beyond a human time-scale and what they retain of human traces and symbolism. Taking the role of an archeologist, he creates his own artifacts to formulate a new future through the construction of a re-imagined past.