Raul Walch (1980) crosses the boundaries of artistic genres in his broad and inventive practise. He works as a sculptor and conceptual artist but also slips easily into the roll of an investigator or becomes part of a performance. Since star- ting his education in sculpture at the Art Academy Weißensee, and subsequently at IFREX, the Institute for Spatial Ex- periments, UdK Berlin, it has been an essential aspect of Raul Walch’s work to exhibit not only in conventional exhibi- tion spaces, but to specifically explore the public sphere. His focus is on creating an unconventional approach to social reality, often unexpectedly including observers in the process. Walch’s playful works and actions are not limited to questioning or participation. Instead, he creates ephemeral and largely site-specific interventions that respond to diffe- rent environments around the world.