In collaboration with Laia Ventayol

Horses in Orbit narrates the story of both artists, who met in Nuremberg in 2010, and entangles it with two historical characters who belonged to that city during different times: Kaspar Hauser, the lost child of Europe and possible hare of the Royal House of Baden, and Georg Hartmann, an important scientist and creator of many of the astronomical and navigation instruments in the medieval times. From these two characters, the artists recognize and develop new ideas around orientation, space, sense of being lost, reencounter, domestication and numbing sensibility.

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 Aluminum figure, light bulb and wooden podest     
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 Plastic figure, cord and aluminum stick     
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 Straw and metal in plastic foil, porcelain figures, books and postcards     
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 Clamp, plastic figures and aluminum piece     
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 Clamp, postcards, plastic figures and iron bar     
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 Blanket, metal bar and illuminated alabaster figure     
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 HD Video, 32:9, 15:37 min, color, stereo