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Andreas Kocks

Paperwork #704, "Splatter"
Neue Werkstätten, München, 2007
421x1300x10cm, paper

Born in 1960, Andreas Kocks currently lives and works in New York City and Munich. Originally from Oberhausen, Germany, Andreas' site-specific paper installations are multiple layers of paper, usually in white or black, that is precisely cut, such that they peel and ripple in dynamic motions off the gallery walls.

Andreas graduated with a MFA in Sculpture from Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in 1989 after receiving a BFA in Integration of Fine Art and Architecture from Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and MA in Education from University of Düsseldorf in 1987.

Paperwork #848 G, "Big Bang"
TBWA, Vienna, Austria, 2009
300x1600x15cm; Graphite on paper

For an incredible video of the installation process, here.

Detail of paperwork #701G, "In the Beginning"
DG-Galerie, München, 2007
580x1060x15cm; Graphite on paper

For more information, visit Andreas Kock's website.

[all images and text extracted from Andreas Kocks.]

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