by Axel Häusler
C. Alexander Häusler’s work is all invested in space. How is space perceived, how is space constructed and how is space creating social interaction. He started as painter and later conquered sculpture and architecture as ways to work with space more directly. His large scale paintings inscribe body and perception into paper, his installations re-interpret spatial conditions, and as an architect he creates spaces that invite to interact.
Born in Bavaria, Alexander studied sculpture and architecture in Munich and at Harvard. In 2004 he moved to New York where he works as an artist and an architect. Two years ago he started an architectural studio based in Munich and New York and his work has already received an international award.