As the material swells from the robots’ organs, it curls and warps until it cools and hardens in its final shape.
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Using elements of kinetics and robotics, Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler create sculptures and installations that explore the effects of technical developments on aesthetic and social aspects of life. In their works, material qualities of a visual and haptic nature are just as important as programmed processes, algorithms and physical laws.

Both artists studied in the class of Ulrike Gabriel and afterwards in the class of Julika Rudelius at the Offenbach University of Art and Design. As a duo, they graduated with distinction in 2017 and received their diplomas in Electronic Art under Prof. Julika Rudelius and in Sociology and Theory of Media under Prof. Dr. Marc Ries.

Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler founded the interdisciplinary studio house "Atelier Wäscherei". As part of a group of nine artists, they have converted the abandoned building of a former Offenbach laundry on their own initiative. Since 2019, it has offered a diverse community of artists space for encounters and individual work, is the nucleus of interdisciplinary group projects and regularly opens up as a venue for events to a broad public.
Using elements of kinetics and robotics, Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler create sculptures and installations that explore the effects of technical developments on aesthetic and social aspects of life. In their works, material qualities of a visual and haptic nature are just as important as programmed processes, algorithms and physical laws.

Both artists studied in the class of Ulrike Gabriel and afterwards in the class of Julika Rudelius at the Offenbach University of Art and Design. As a duo, they graduated with distinction in 2017 and received their diplomas in Electronic Art under Prof. Julika Rudelius and in Sociology and Theory of Media under Prof. Dr. Marc Ries.

Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler founded the interdisciplinary studio house "Atelier Wäscherei". As part of a group of nine artists, they have converted the abandoned building of a former Offenbach laundry on their own initiative. Since 2019, it has offered a diverse community of artists space for encounters and individual work, is the nucleus of interdisciplinary group projects and regularly opens up as a venue for events to a broad public.
Using elements of kinetics and robotics, Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler create sculptures and installations that explore the effects of technical developments on aesthetic and social aspects of life. In their works, material qualities of a visual and haptic nature are just as important as programmed processes, algorithms and physical laws.

Both artists studied in the class of Ulrike Gabriel and afterwards in the class of Julika Rudelius at the Offenbach University of Art and Design. As a duo, they graduated with distinction in 2017 and received their diplomas in Electronic Art under Prof. Julika Rudelius and in Sociology and Theory of Media under Prof. Dr. Marc Ries.

Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler founded the interdisciplinary studio house "Atelier Wäscherei". As part of a group of nine artists, they have converted the abandoned building of a former Offenbach laundry on their own initiative. Since 2019, it has offered a diverse community of artists space for encounters and individual work, is the nucleus of interdisciplinary group projects and regularly opens up as a venue for events to a broad public.
Using elements of kinetics and robotics, Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler create sculptures and installations that explore the effects of technical developments on aesthetic and social aspects of life. In their works, material qualities of a visual and haptic nature are just as important as programmed processes, algorithms and physical laws.

Both artists studied in the class of Ulrike Gabriel and afterwards in the class of Julika Rudelius at the Offenbach University of Art and Design. As a duo, they graduated with distinction in 2017 and received their diplomas in Electronic Art under Prof. Julika Rudelius and in Sociology and Theory of Media under Prof. Dr. Marc Ries.

Liebl and Schmid-Pfähler founded the interdisciplinary studio house "Atelier Wäscherei". As part of a group of nine artists, they have converted the abandoned building of a former Offenbach laundry on their own initiative. Since 2019, it has offered a diverse community of artists space for encounters and individual work, is the nucleus of interdisciplinary group projects and regularly opens up as a venue for events to a broad public.