Sascha Serfoezoe and Mia Bonzanigo assume
charge, on Giger’s behalf, of exhibitions
in German, French and Italian speaking locations.
One-man show entitled Giger’s Watch
Abart in the Galerie Mangisch, Zurich; one-man
show in the Galerie Eclisse, Locarno.
is guest lecturer for a semester at the College
of Design (GBMS) in Zurich. In February, he
begins work on the film Species for MGM.
Takes part in group exhibitions
in the Galerie Hartmann, Munich, at the Tattoo
Convention in Bologna, and in the festivals
Fetisch & Kult, Tempel, Munich and Du
Fantastique au Vesionnaire in Venice. H.R.G.
starts planning a Giger-Museum to present
the fullscope of his work. Begins work on
the ghost train for Species in collaboration
with Atelier de Fries and Andy Schedler of
Giger’s beloved mother Melly dies at
the age of 89.
Serfoezoe works with Giger on special projects.
He develops the special gift of being able
to decipher H.R.G.’s handwriting without
wanting to change its content or put it in
good German. The ghost train is transported
to L.A.. One-man show as part of the 13ème
festival du film fantastique in Brussels.
in Giessen Kunsthalle,
Konfrontationen with Sybille Ruppert. Other
exhibitions including Le Train Fantôme
in the Maison D’Ailleurs, Yverdon; Synaesthesia,
Mary Anthony Galleries, N.Y.C., Psychedelic
Lolution Gallery, N.Y.C.; Abitare il Temo,
Delirium Design, Verona.