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Ber­lin-based de­sign stu­dio BORGMAN | LENK has de­signed and placed a huge faux rock in­stal­la­tion inside the Monastery Church Grimma in Leipzig, Ger­many, which is stag­ger­ing 580 years old. Artists Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk used wood and paper to con­struct the 4-me­tre-di­am­e­ter rock, which hangs by a 13-me­tre-long steel ca­ble. En­ti­tled “Wurf II”, which means “throw” in Ger­man, the imi­ta­tion stone is a study of the re­la­tion­ship be­tween ma­te­ri­als, space and per­spec­tive.

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