Fabian Schroder

Hangar Eden

If amusement actually is an extension of labor under late capitalism (– as Adorno/Horkheimer suggest), then Krausnick’s Tropical Islands are the zombifying playground of the proletarian. But it is not. Rather, it seems the artificial landscapes of Hangar Eden dissolve the lines between heteronomous and autonomous life; a former airship hangar stages a tropical utopia for people to recreate, conveniently embedded in the rhythm of modern day work life. The quick break in paradise within one’s reach might make returning to our automated life a shade easier. Marcel Wrzesinski

Tropical Rainforest #1, 2013
Tropical Rainforest #1, 2013
Rooms with style, 2013
Rooms with style, 2013
Tropical Sea #1, 2013
Tropical Sea #1, 2013
Royal Harbour #2, 2013
Royal Harbour #2, 2013
Tropical Village, 2013
Tropical Village, 2013
Tropical Sea #2, 2013
Tropical Sea #2, 2013
Tropical Sea #3, 2014
Tropical Sea #3, 2014
2high hot air balloon, 2014
2high hot air balloon, 2014
Royal Harbour #1, 2013
Royal Harbour #1, 2013
Tropical Rainforest #2, 2014
Tropical Rainforest #2, 2014
Rainforest Camp, 2014
Rainforest Camp, 2014
Tropical Sea #4, 2014
Tropical Sea #4, 2014
Hangar #1, 2013
Hangar #1, 2013
Tropicana 404, Somos Arts, Berlin, DE, 2015
Tropicana 404, Somos Arts, Berlin, DE, 2015
Recreation Now & Krausnick, Raumteiler Vienna, AT, 2014
Recreation Now & Krausnick, Raumteiler Vienna, AT, 2014
Pop Magazin 5 Release / Recreation Now & Krausnick, Grünberger Str. 22, Gießen, DE, 2014
Pop Magazin 5 Release / Recreation Now & Krausnick, Grünberger Str. 22, Gießen, DE, 2014