inner spaces 2019

lk 5. August 2019

heliogravure, edition 5 ex.
37 x 50 cm

spaceinvader 2019

lk 1. May 2019

diasec, pigmented inkjet print
77 x 113 cm

lines could be everything 2018

lk 24. November 2018

etching, monoprint
13 x 18 cm

spaceinvader 2010

lk, quote 28. August 2010

“In his latest project, which he calls “spaceinvader” (a title I like because of its evocation of algorithmic play), he leaves behind the lush climates of “mind” and burrows into the more austere domain of ‘brain,’ with its computational networks of neurons and electrical charges and discharges, its quantified physicality so often reduced to charts and other forms of ossified data. Kordetzky’s gamble—that herein lies an architecture of fully human dimensions—is based on the obvious fact that the brain is the sponsor of the mind, indeed, its very source. Inspired, perhaps, by pioneering scientists and thinkers like Heinz von Foerster and his colleagues in cybernetics, he sees in the neural structure of the brain not a ‘trivial machine’ in which output is a strict function of input, but rather a complex organism capable not only of unpredictable results but of creativity, the very source of our humanity. In the complex interconnections, the synapses and gaps, the ever-incomplete structure of neural space, Kordetzky constructs a model of imagination’s exploration and growth, a spatial matrix of both the possible and the improbable, challenging our capabilities and our will to inhabit the world.”

Lebbeus Woods, Brain and Building

untitled 2008

lk 20. April 2008

graphite on paper
97 x 75 cm

transient sedimentation 2006

lk 20. May 2006

edited by lebbeus woods
riea concept series
springer wien new york

“Transient Sedimentation” looks at movements in the city, in the country, in unknown, invisible spaces … a differentiation of lines and currents, an exploration of friction in space, … an immersion in infinite movement and therefore a ceaselessly changing configuration of links, tangents, collisions with countless different lines and spaces.

The chapters and their associated projects describe different sequences in this study, they relate to, and with, different places, involving contact with the ground, a room that could be anywhere, that is nothing but space and turns into a microcosm (Drift), Manhattan and other islands (Lost Space), an out-of-whack circle and six towers in Vienna (Splinters) and other places, real and virtual spaces, colliding, condensing and overflowing lines …

inseltraum 2005

lk 1. August 2005

Installation, variable size
The work disappeared on its travel by mail order to the later on cancelled exhibition due to the flood disaster from August 2005 in the Canton of Uri, Switzerland

quote 12. October 2003

“In contrast to the sea, the city is the striated space par excellence; the sea is a smooth space fundamentally open to striation, and the city is the force of striation that reimparts smooth space, puts it back into operation everywhere, on earth and in the other elements, outside but also inside itself. The smooth spaces arising from the city are not only those of world-wide organization, but also of a counterattack combining the smooth and the holey and turning back against the town: sprawling, temporary, shifting shantytowns of nomads and cave dwellers (…).”

Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus

lost space 2003

lk 12. August 2003

urban study, new york city

sequences – saw only the moon 2001

lk 12. May 2001

edited by lebbeus woods
riea book series
springer wien new york

„Sequences – saw only the moon“ takes an architectural approach to the psyche. An intervention in the isolation room of a psychiatric clinic in 1997 was the point of departure for a confrontation between architecture and the psyche. Collapsing edges, dislocated perception, an enclosed world and liberated space, … a network of thoughts and illusion
“sequences – saw only the moon” describes the development of architectural structures in a precariously balanced, in-between world.

splitter 1996

lk 5. November 1996

urban study, vienna