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Viruses, ping pong balls, glue
"In 1991 Jochem Hendricks began to build makromodels of viralstructures, e.g. aids, cancer, flue, or herpes. When exhibited, these structures are hung from the ceiling and are dispersed throughout the room like a planetarysystem. This body of works encompasses 15 objects. Each made up of between 60 and 752 ping-pong balls, glued together according to elaborately calculated blueprints. "
Newspaper, rotary print
"This newspaper has already been read. The movements of the eyes while reading were recorded, digitized and printed out. Something of the otherwise invisible process of reading is made visible, and a trace of the absorbtion of information remains. The result being a read newspaper, a finished paper so to speak, an entire «Frankfurter Allgemeine». The printing of the paper was done along with the usual daily issue of the «Frankfurter Allgemeine», in an identical printing process on rotating presses. Kindly supported by the Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung GmbH, the Frankfurt Societätsdruckerei Gmbh and the Ministry for Art and Science in Hessen."