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During a longer stay in Los Angeles in 2003, German architect Hans Peter Hettich found himself walking along the Boulevards and became fascinated by objects of everyday trash, such as heels, parking slips, playing cards, bottle caps, rusty, flattened, fragments of metal, cardboard, paper and plastic. 

Thrown away, lost objects were given a 'second glance'. HP Hettich recognizes new contents in his resulting compositions,  and started to create three-dimensional art objects - assemblages, which allow for the viewer's own imagination.

Hans Peter Hettich's eyes wonder Vienna's streets and walls, searching for structures, looking for matchsticks and lost objects, enjoying the beauty of the transient, finding traces, alienations and delightful absurdities. 


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