Visitors on Display, 2013
981 Museum Visitors an 3 dogs 1:8, 2008–13
3-D body scans of living people in the color of their choice, monochrome 3-D printing, plaster
Scale 1:8, height: ca. 10–22 cm
Plinth: MDF 0,1 x 1,3 x 35,7 m
Permanent loan from private collection, Frankfurt am Main
Photo © Stefan Alber, VG BildKunst Bonn, 2013

Visitors on Display, 2013
981 Museum Visitors an 3 dogs 1:8, 2008–13
3-D body scans of living people in the color of their choice, monochrome 3-D printing, plaster
Scale 1:8, height: ca. 10–22 cm
Plinth: MDF 0,1 x 1,3 x 35,7 m
Permanent loan from private collection, Frankfurt am Main
Photo © Stefan Alber, VG BildKunst Bonn, 2013

Visitors on Display

2013 03 22 – 2013 06 23
Group Exhibition

Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg
Duisburg, Germany

„Being scanned is something completely different from being photographed. The sensation of being registered from all sides at once made me, at least, feel very uncertain as to the representative zones of my body. For the first time I had to imagine how I looked from behind and from above. And even between my legs. Although I was clothed, for 10 intense
seconds while the laser camera ran down my body, I felt as though I was being deeply caressed. If there is such a thing as an aura, I thought to myself, it would be detectable by this device and no other.“
Harry Walter