Tim Otto Roth has attracted attention in recent years with spectacular light and sound artworks in public spaces between Rome and New York. This exceptional museum exhibit in Offenburg reveals that this is only one facet of the broad spectrum of his artistic creation. For the first time it gives us insight into his conceptual approach and his many various forms of expression in an oeuvre that crosses the boundary between the arts and the sciences. The seven rooms in the Municipal Gallery open up a kaleidoscope of different works: be it the political aesthetics of the Black Forest water mill, the mapping of the shadow world of the domestic flora or the model of complexity in 'aura calculata' designed especially for this exhibition. This light and sound sculpture based on transparent organ pipes in combination with an ingenious liquid system invites the visitor to explore its underlying principle. Here Tim Otto Roth's expanded concept of art as a "physics of art" becomes a visual and acoustic experience.
25 February Das ästhetische Potenzial der Naturgesetze, by Jürgen Reuß, Badische Zeitung
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18 February 2016 Sinn und Sinnlichkeit der Zahl Pi by Ralf Burgmaier, Badische Zeitung
Overview: Feedback in the media