Roman Signer

Roman Signer’s work evolves from scrupulously prepared sculptural events which take place either in the Swiss mountains where he lives or as site-specific installations which bear evidence of a past action. These 'sculptural moments' involve a vocabulary of simple objects and materials such as balloons, bicycles, water and wood, activated by movement or material transformation. Signer thus creates a series of 'successful fiascos', where the everyday world is revealed as something ambiguously amusing that can turn inscrutable and frightening.

Roman Signer is represented by Galerie Hauser & Wirth.

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