1st prize (shared): "Moving Square" by Jürgen Heinz
This became particularly clear in the work "Moving Square" by Jürgen Heinz. Two congruent frames that shift against each other at the slightest breeze show a section of reality. Or so one would think. But they can also be two pictures and thus two realities. Like two transparencies showing the same thing. Original and clone. One begins to mistrust one's perception ... What is convincing about this work, apart from its openness to association, is the feeling of irritation it creates, combined with the astonishment at how quickly one's "world view" can waver. The fact that the view through the frame forever changes the view of the landscape behind it is quite an experience.
The work of the Kassel metal sculptor Jürgen Heinz shows two congruent frames that shift against each other at the slightest breeze. Thus they show a section of reality - but only apparently. They could also be two pictures - and thus two realities. One begins to question one's own perception. A seemingly fixed view of the world is quickly shaken - space is created for "Change!?", change. With the first place, Jürgen Heinz receives prize money of 2,000 euros.