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Glass in its most beautiful appearance - as a piece of art

When architecture and art go hand in hand, unique buildings are formed. A wonderful example for this is the office building at the sculpture park in Neu-Ulm.

On flat glass panes more than three meters high and wide the installation „quellcode : altar.elementar und doppelzeichen.geometrie“ by the artist Kaeseberg is positioned in front of an office building in Neu-Ulm, Germany. The pictures are transfered to the laminated safety glass with ceramic ink via digital printing.

Kaeseberg is called to be one of the most important contemporary artists from Leipzig. His artworks are mostly dominated by intense colours and basic signs like triangle, quadrangle and circle – supplemented with the plus sign. These characteristics let the office building at the sculpture park be a special eyecatcher.

The installation of his works at the Sculpture Park Neu-Ulm has been made possible by Trenk Oberdorfer architects, the contractors Beck and last but not least TG-PROTECT®-ESG und TG-PRINTdigital.

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