Flurin Bisig has studied art in Luzern, Berlin and New York. He creates sculptural installations that alter and impede the typical social space of the gallery, disrupting visitor movement as well as perception. He often works in situ and personally inhabits his exhibition space to activate situations. Bisig questions traditional forms of sculpture while drawing attention to the relationship between users of built space and their surroundings. His work also questions the viewer‘s relationship to the exhibition and he plays with the viewer by toying with their conduct and ability to move within space. He interrogates the visible and invisible systems which museum or gallery visitor structures conduct. He often alters exhibition construction during and after the opening and does not allow a barrier to be made between practice and exhibition. His installation methods reveal the relationship art has to the exhibition and Bisig‘s exhibition spaces often become not only the studio and the living space but the studio/living space becomes the exhibition.