heiko höfer, sofienseele, (c)foto Walter Henisch

heiko höfer, Sofienseele, intervention, image projections on the facade of the sofiensäle in vienna (A), 2005, photo: walter henisch

 

heiko höfer, Ghost Photographs,large led display, facade of the dresdner kleinwort in frankfurt a.m., 2008, photo: heiko höfer

heiko höfer, Ghost Photographs, intervention, large led display, image projections on the facade of the investment bank dresdner kleinwort, frankfurt a.m., 2008, photo: heiko höfer

 

heiko höfer, Passion for Art, essl museum, vienna/ klosterneuburg, 2007

heiko höfer, Passion for Art, intervention, image projections on the facade of the essl museum, vienna/ klosterneuburg, 2007, photo: heiko höfer

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heiko hoefer, Bildanagramme, intervention, image projections, vinery esterhazy, trausdorf (A), photo: walter henisch

heiko höfer, BA/EsT/07, intervention, image projections on the facade of the esterhazy winery, trausdorf (A), 2007, photo: walter henisch

 

heiko hoefer, Network, intervention, image projections on an oil tank, vienna (A), 2007, (c) photo: walter henisch

heiko höfer, Network, intervention, image projections on an oil tank, vienna (A), 2007, photo: walter henisch

 

heiko hoefer, Imagine Anagrammi, intervention, image projections, st. lorenzo, milan, 2008

heiko höfer, Imagine Anagrammi, intervention, image projections, basilica of st. lorenzo, milan, 2008, photo: heiko höfer

 

heiko hoefer, Universal, intervention, image projections on sculptures, augsburg, (c)2009

heiko höfer, Universal Soldier, intervention, image projections on a monument, augsburg, 2009, photo: heiko höfer

 

heiko hoefer karlskirche 2006 foto: walter henisch

heiko höfer, Image Anagramm, intervention, image projections on the facade of the karlskirche in vienna (A), 2006, photo: walter henisch

Every image anagramm consits of a number of square images of the same size with similar motivs. A special support structure allows for variable mounting of images. The designs are processed digitally, animated and projected on street facades and walls.

In the context of Hoefer’s light intervention titled “Bildanagramme” for the facade of the Karlskirche in Vienna (2006), the celebrated Austrian art historian Professor Konrad Oberhuber described Hoefer’s work as “art that brings together what ultimately belongs together – this is what 21st-century art is all about.”