FRP


2009

  • establishment of the FUTURE RESEARCH ART CENTER Berlin, near Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Mitte

  • 2008

  • survey of ontological diversity; development of an optimal empirical way of research in order to investigate biological color screens, conception of realms of education and experience, Spain
  • discovering of natural energy resources; visual brainstorming to develop unknown ways of the application and conversion of energy on the basis of bionics and random empirical focus shifts

  • 2007

  • establishment of the first FUTURE RESEARCH CENTER consisting of an office and exhibition room in Zurich
  • cooperation in the edition of the “Universalkasten”-edition of Howeg/Zurich
  • integration of the competences of arts and science in research and application with scientists of the ETH Zurich, the University of Zurich, and independent scientists, a experimental set-up between academic research and “Startups” in the Technopark Zurich, production of a documentation of the research progress

  • 2006

  • color spectrum analysis; The perception of color is based on the complex mechanisms of the human visual system ranging from eye to the cortex of the brain. The color panel of the spectrum of colors is to be put together with the use and importance of color vision. Colors of diverse degrees of saturation, or true colors concerning the non-colors black and white are able to create a specific perception of cultural agreement if the light rays that influence the material of the carrier are strongly modified.

  • 2005

  • M// experimental set-up Museum Basic Rules of Development and Value Constitution; Investigation of structures that are valuable regarding the correlation of the emphasis of values.
  • Future of Serenity; The development of diverse precise opportunities of the realization of articulation revolutionized the quality of coexistence in social communities and contributed to incarnation. Is serenity a part of the anthropogenesis? The state of mind of the viewer is stimulated by the color composition, the rhythm of the picture, and the image as well. This survey deals explicitly with this interconnection. How many ways of serenity can be differentiated?

  • 2004

  • Paris-project about new ecological urbanity; The invention of a new quality of the city by the city itself, Paris, France

  • 2003

  • Flower Genetics Engineering; different species of plants (lat. planta) develop blooms for reproduction. In the future, these plants will probably be completely changed by modification of their genotype. Blooms of colossal height and extreme longevity will be industrially produced on demand. At the same time, there will be no need for pistils and pollen because natural reproduction will not be necessary any more.

  • 2002

  • ++Future++Economy++Arts; A Project about finding sustainable ways of creating harmonious economic cycles. Suggestions and ideas were collected in numerous meetings with both representatives of business and academia. An analysis of the outcome was done by creating an artistic tableaus économique by K.H.Wagner
  • Questioning Protestantism; aim of this project was to bring up questions concerning the meaning and influence of Protestantism on social communities. To what extend do the thoughts of reformers such as J. Calvin, U. Zwingli, M. Luther, and Ph. Melanchton influence future? How much change will be needed to preserve the vital influence of Protestantism on future communities? Will a new interest be attracted by the invention of a holy and mystic divine brilliance?

  • 2001

  • an installation of an frp-exchange-set dealing with future diseases of civilization and an installation for the Fraunhofer IKTS in the Royal Academy of London, UK
  • first application of the frp-exchange-set for the project “Alle Himmel und Achtundvierzig Köpfe” for the Viscaf gallery in Sydney, Australia
  • ++Future++Research++Arts; a project together with scientists of the bureau of the Bundestag for the assessment of effects caused by engineering in cooperation with the Institute for Future Research Berlin, the Center for Interdisciplinary Engineering Research of the University of Dresden, the project team “Gesellschaft und Technik“of the Daimler Cooperation in Berlin, the Kunsthaus Dresden, and the Städtische Galerie für Gegenwartskunst Dresden, Germany.

  • 2000

  • Future in the Mirror of Landscape; Introduction of the project through a reading at Albertinum, Staatliche Kunstsammlung Dresden. In addition, the question was asked if man’s bond to real nature could change towards a stronger bond to artificial nature resulting in less interest in a real nature environment. To assess this process, photographs of landscapes of personal value are randomly collected from participating persons. (will be continued till 2020) exhibitions and installations in the Frauenhofer IKTS and numerous other Frauenhofer institutions; comparison of academic and artistic research

  • 1999

  • exhibition and installation “Kreislauf der Stoffe”, Dresden

  • 1998

  • Earthproject (1998-2000) in cooperation with the University of Dresden, the Center for Media and Culture Pentacon, the Medienwerkstatt Dresden, and numerous students and pupils
  • End of Evidence; The development of digital media in photography. Project consisted of a exhibition room in the Albertinum, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Germany
  • Werktage – The Interface of Arts; A project in order to create an overview and forecast of social and artistic developments on the basis of a written questionnaire. In addition, a three-day discussion about this topic took place with the chief of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research Dresden (Prof. Hölldobler), the chief of the Institute for Genetic Engineering Dresden (Prof. Rödel), the chief of the Institute for Sociology Dresden (Prof. Rehberg), the manager of Sammlung Neue Meister Dresden (Dr. Holler), the manager of Kupferstichkabinett Dresden, Dr. Peres of the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden, Dr. Moldehn (independent arts scientist), Dr. Bauer (attorney), Dr. Nikolai (media consultant), Ms. Reichard (curator), Ms. du Vintage (CEO of the Association of Artists), Mr. Stuteman (mayor for culture), Mr. Göhl (economist), Mr. Wiemer (chief of the bureau for culture), Mr. Petzold (editor for the culture department), Mr. Hübner (gallery owner), Mr. Kunde ( manager of the Kunsthaus)

  • 1995

  • documentation and exhibition in the gallery Nord Dresden; graphic documentation of the process of the creation of art and its disruptions

  • 1994

  • “Achtundvierzig Köpfe“; a project about the civilization of knowledge in the Information Age, Artland Gallery Broadway, New York
  • numerous small projects dealing with contemporary strategies of design and arts (e.g. Collaborations) foundation of the –future research programme- in New York by K.H.Wagner; the members of the project have graduated at respected universities like the School of Visual Arts, New York, USA, the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, and the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden. The members of the –future research programme- live in Berlin, Zurich and New York.