Thomas Albdorf creates sculptures with objects he finds on his wanderings through the city. He specifically looks for littered and abandoned objects and stages them in a sort of sculpture. He also uses spray paint on the objects and sculptures to transform them and place them in a different context. Then he takes a photograph.
In his studio he uses these spontaneous arrangements in public spaces as an inspiration to create a sculptural work.
The connection between the outside work and inside work is intriguing. The similarity between them is striking yet the objects used are not the same and their context and the time of their creation are very different.