SONDER is an amoebic company, offering tools to refine conflicts. We intervene in public spaces and discourses with obstacles and counter-narratives, aiming to expose questionable developments hiding in normality. We substitute parts of the scenery to create situations against expectations.
Peter Behrbohm is a Berlin-based artist and architect. Through extensive research, he explores future conflicts and utopian societies, designs operative obstacles and installs counter-institutions. His works are surgical interventions in public spaces, routines and discourses, revealing the constructedness of reality. Among others, he received the "BDA-SARP-AWARD" by the Association of German Architects, the "Elsa Neumann Stipendium" (2016) or the "MAK Schindler Stipendium Los Angeles" (2019).
Anton Steenbock's works deal with capitalism as a sculptural force and the question of how increasingly complex economic structures affect and sustainably shape nature and society.
His interventions play with megalomaniacal architecture and urban development projects, commercial showrooms, and large-scale advertising campaigns to promote political awareness of urban and environmental changes, as well as the ongoing appropriation of public domains by enterprises like Google Street View and sharing economy apps such as Uber, Coop, and Airbnb.