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RAPHAEL HEFTI

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Various threaded poles of determinate length potentially altering their determinacy, 2014-2016, magnesium, titanium, steel, copper, aluminium, each 1m x 6cm diameter, total dimensions variable, Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles, 2015-2016

From the series Subtraction as Addition, 2012-2016, 300 x 200 x 3 cm. Luxar coated glass is a product used to eliminate reflection. Through the repeated layering of the treatment, reflection is reintroduced creating a surface with variable optical behaviour, reacting to the ambient light conditions of the space.

Fe Mandala, 2015, heated steel dust on aluminium plate, 200 x 400 x 10 cm, Centre d’art contemporain de Genéve

Entrance to Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles with permanent installation The Violet Blue Green yellow Orange Red House, 2014

From the series Underlay Push Sticks, 2012, X15ChNiSi2025 steel subjected to high temperature changes for 5 years

LIVE METALS, 2015, aluminium blocks, CNC milling machine and LG LED screens, 220 x 300 x 200 cm, Art Basel Statements (RaebervonStenglin)

LIVE METALS, 2015 (detail) aluminium blocks, CNC milling machine and LG LED screens

Various threaded poles of determinate length potentially altering their determinacy, 2014, installation at Nottingham Contemporary

Quick Rix Remix, 2013, railway thermit welding device, 25 tons of sand, installation at Ancient & Modern, Whitecross Street, London

From the series Subtraction as Addition, 2012, installation view of the show Launching Rockets Never Gets Old, Camden Arts Centre

From the series Lycopodium, 2013 Photogram on photographic colour paper using the gently burning spores of the mossplant Lycopodium, 106 x 180cm

From the series A Portrait of a bullet, black and white contact prints, 50 x 60cm

From the series A Portrait of a bullet, 2013, Installation view of the show Nature More, CAPC, Bordeaux

Underlay Push Sticks, 2012, Production documentation

Replaying the mistake of a broken hammer, 2012, production documentation, video still

From the series Replaying the mistake of a broken hammer, 2011
Installation view of the show How to Work, Kunsthalle Basel
Steel bar subjected to the different stages of the hardening process. The top section shows where the process has been interrupted, leaving it brittle like glass.
ø6cm x 300cm

From the series As yet untitled, 2008
Black and white fibre print, 21 x 30cm