The works employ the aesthetics of painting, taking from other media and incorporating various techniques in order to make traditional utensils such as the brush seem obsolete. What looks like painting at first glance is actually layers of paint and surfaces that are based on the process, among others, of screen printing and the integration of digital devices such as the iPad. Some of the works are based on photographic motifs. However, they are pushed into the background and overlaid with various geometric levels, graphic structures and handwritten texts. Although not bound by a specific format, the work is characterized by working on diverging levels of media, which aim at the different moments of perception of reality in an interplay of recognizable motifs and abstract sufaces.
In cooperation with Iro&Partners Personal- u. Managementberatungs-GmbH.