David Polzin builds architectonic structures and large-scale installations out of paper, cardboard and wood. He investigates the utilization of architecture and its social function as well as the psychological impact it has on the individual.
At the MMK Zollamt, Polzin will incorporate a sequence of constructed spaces into the existing architecture. By means of bureaucratic procedures, he will endeavour to limit physical as well as visual access to the interiors of his hermetically sealed spaces, and thus to control and restrict the visitor's perception. The unpleasant and frightening effect will be further heightened by the similarity of the spaces.