2013 to 2016

ERSCHÖPFUNG (2016), 2 inkjet- prints on Hahnemühle paper,

15 x 19 cm (picture size), edition 8 + 1

Those outputs were some of the last before my inkjet- printer dropped down totally. The printouts are striped and extremely reduced in their colour richness. The title refers to the irony that is expressed by the obvious failure which the work exposes. "Erschöpfung" is a german term for "exhaustion" as well as for "(god's) creation". The difference between the two meanings is only marked by the prefix "Er-".

- A broken dream is maybe more exciting than a holy world.



Erschöpfung (1), Erschöpfung (2)

UNFOLD (to be continued),

offset- prints on affiche paper, edition 99 + 1 each

UNFOLD captures banal things and situations found in everyday life that may reveal a certain meaningfulness. Presented in the form of a poster edition the captions are brought back again to being "banal" or "cheap". The posters are edited after being folded by hand. The folds will stay after enlarging them again to their full size. That way their two- dimensionality is transformed to three dimensions like their banality is into something of means. They are thought to be a sort of mind maps which lead to see things in a different light or like poems without words.The low price and the high edition of the works suggests that their value can be easily shared (by everyone who is able to recognize a meaningfulness in ordinary sights).



Lotus (DIN A0, 2014), Guide (DIN A2, 2014), Genius (DIN A1, 2015)

4 silkscreen- prints, limited edition each

A personal work series about (self)protection and care, dependency and freedom, the desire to create, and the constant questioning and rethinking myself.



Protection (70 x 50 cm), Red Square (70 x 70 cm), Escape (70 x 50 cm), Matrix (The Game) (40 x 50 cm)