International Light Art Project

molitor & kuzmin

upside down
Photo: Eberhard Weible


Holzmarkt 1, 50676 Cologne


upside down
2018, aluminium, acrylic glass, wood, Fluorescent tubes, electronic regulation, 400 x 210 x 200 cm


Since the end of the 1990s Ursula Molitor and Vladimir Kuzmin have been working with industrially manufactured fluorescent lights that have been in everyday use since the 1940s. They use them as drawing tools and illustrative material, developing light based installations as interventions for specific spaces and environments.


Ursula Molitor
born 1947 in Herrmannsburg [de]
lives and works in Cologne [de]


Fachhochschule Hamburg, graphic design, Hamburg [de]


Vladimir Kuzmin
born 1943 in Saporoshje [su/ua]
lives and works in Cologne


Architektur, Moskow [ru]


exhibitions (selected)


LIGHT BOX, Kunstmuseum Celle mit Sammlung Robert Simon, Celle [de]
Licht im Labor, Galerie Floss & Schultz, Cologne


Bright, Center for International , Unna [de]
Slow Art! 1.0, Galerie Floss & Schultz, Köln
//RESPONSIVE, International Light Art Project, Dalhousie School of Architecture Halifax [ca]
On Target, Municipal Gallery Pafos, European Capital of Culture Pafos, Paphos [cy]
Signal, Kunstmuseum Celle mit Sammlung Robert Simon, Celle


45 Jahre Galerie Inge Baecker, Bad Münstereifel [de]
take me to the light, Galerie Floss & Schultz, Köln
Internationaler Andre-Evard-Preis, Kunsthalle Messmer, Riegel [de]


Lichtungen, Internationales Lichtfestival, Hildesheim [de]
Cranach 2.0, Internationaler Lucas-Cranach-Preis, Lutherstadt Wittenberg [de];Kronach [de]
150 Jahre danach. Das Rhein-Album von Caspar Scheuren neu bearbeitet, Kreishaus, Bergisch Gladbach [de]
Kunst Kabinett Hespert, Reichshof [de]

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