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About Carsten Höller

Carsten Höller creates experimental installations and sculptures intended to create particular states of mind (excitement and alteration, doubt and confusion), which he calls Influential Environments. Major installations and exhibitions include Synchro System (2000), a site-specific project designed for Fondazione Prada in Milan; Test Site (2006), a series of giant slides installed in the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, London; Amusement Park (2006), a large installation at MASS MoCA North Adams of full-sized carnival midway rides operating at dramatically slowed speeds; The Double Club (2008–09), a work designed to create a dialogue between Congolese and Western culture in the form of a London bar, restaurant, and nightclub; Soma, at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2010); Experience at New Museum, New York (2011); Decision at Hayward Gallery, London (2015); Doubt at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan (2016); Y at Centro Botín, Santander (2017); SUNDAY at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City(2019); DAY at MAAT, Lisbon (2021). In 2022, he opened Brutalisten in Stockholm, a restaurant serving brutalist cuisine, where only one ingredient is used to create a certain dish.

Carsten Höller was born in 1961 in Brussels, Belgium to German parents. Höller currently lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden, and Biriwa, Ghana.


Prada Double Club Miami