Tommy Støckel

 

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Reconstructed Thingiverse I-XII, 2014, CIAT - Contemporary Institute for Art & Thought, Berlin

17 Shuffled Studio Elements, 2014, Viborg International Billboard Festival, Viborg

Selected Studio Elements (DIN A4 - DIN 18/1), 2013, L40, Berlin

Random Rotation of Studio Elements, 2013, Städtische Galerie, Nordhorn

8 Accidental Arrangements, 2013, KUNSTHALLE São Paulo, São Paulo

Ten Transports That Shaped The Work, 2013, Jacob's Island Gallery, London

DIXI 3325, 2012, MICASA, Kv. Väduren, Stockholm

Proportional Material Arrangement for Two Rooms, 2012, LoBe, Berlin

Structured Studio Situation (New York), 2012, Location One, New York

In My Mind This Goes On Forever, 2012, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm

The Sculpture that Never Was, 2012, Commission for the Danish Arts Council

Reconstruction of a Moment, 2011, Galerie Lena Brüning, Berlin and Neues Problem, Berlin

What Already Was and What Could Have Been, 2011, Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen

3 Sculptures, 2010, SMART Project Space, Amsterdam

Nostalgisk Konstruktion, 2010, Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen

Tommy Støckel's Art of Tomorrow, 2009, Arnolfini, Bristol

Simulation & Decoration, 2009, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

From Here to Then and Back Again, 2008, Kunstverein Langenhagen, Langenhagen

When Pasts and Futures Meet, 2008, The Nordic Embassies, Berlin

This could be Now, 2008, Sølyst Slotspark, Jyderup

Simulation & Decoration, 2008, Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen

Primitives Collection Field, 2007, Boom Pearls, Second Life

Broken Pillar (for Berlin), 2007, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin

Model for Early Pyramid, 2007, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf

Ist das Leben nicht schön?, 2006, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main

The Great Fiction of the Garden Folly, 2006, Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen

Exposed Superstructure, 2006, Charlottenborg Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen

Even Great Futures Will One Day Become Pasts, 2006, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

The Shape of Things to Come, 2005, Charlottenborg Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen