Exhibition in the atrium: Franz Buchholz, Licht- und Tonkinetische Objekte im Raum

June 10 to July 11, 1978. The exhibition features laser, light, and sound objects in three sections. With his kinetic objects, Buchholz shows in three stages how the artist “vanishes” and the objects develop a “life of their own”: “The purposiveness of technological apparatuses has been taken as a given ever since they were invented. […] Technological apparatuses with the specific purpose of playfully creating a sense of aesthetic pleasure are only gradually gaining acceptance amongst the art public.” (Buchholz in the exhibition catalogue)