A gigantic pollen grain floats in the air in front of the gallery in Körnerpark. It is an oversized “plant aerosol.” The installation “Floating Pollen” brings pollen grains into macro focus – pollen circulates through the air, pollinates flowers and is inhaled by us. Its multi-faceted geometry becomes visible under a microscope. The pollen grain in Körnerpark is a mixed type of hexagon and dodecahedron. Flying objects and honeybees have featured frequently as protagonists in the works of Elisa Dierson and Katja Marie Voigt as far back as 2012. “Floating Pollen” (2020) was created as exploration of the invisible particles that surround us in the air.
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