Das Numen is a Berlin-based artists’ collective. Julian Charrière, Andreas Greiner, Markus Hoffmann, and Felix Kiessling studied with Olafur Eliasson and now work together to investigate experimental ways to study space and biological systems and the feelings associated with them. Blending art and science, they translate their exploration of natural phenomena in the urban context into aesthetic environments that sensitize the viewers to the world around them while also encouraging contemplation. The first book on Das Numen offers insight into the group’s diverse experiential universes. It combines impressions of their projects with essays that approach their work at various stages. The artists have conceived the publication as a space of experience that will be enriched by each reader’s associations. With essays by Carson Chan, Paul Feigelfeld, Melanie Franke, and Otto E. Rössler. Published with generous support from the Berlin Cultural Affairs Office and Dornbracht Culture Projects.
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