East Tyrolean Serpentinite
1.80/3.50/2.20 m
10.7 t

Over millions of years, the large erratic boulder made of East Tyrolean Serpentinite has acquired its ice-polished closed shape and has been covered in places with a graphite-metallic shimmering skin.

Two long drill pipes were cut into the stone mass to guide a wire saw, and then an injured section was cut out. The cut surfaces were dynamically distorted by the surrounding rope.

By revealing the inner stone structure, the boulder seems to have increased in volume despite the reduction in mass. The conical course of the drilling channels gives the exposed space a likewise conical shape and the entire stone direction. –
The boulder loses its grip on the ground and reaches into the space.