Ultrachrome. Existing paintings of landscapes from different epochs are being transcoded into pictograms by replacing the pictured objects into symbols with the programme CoralDraw. The result is then printed in original size with the ultrachrome technique on acryl glas (4mm).
The work is based on the engagment with cartography and questions about the impact of new knowledge gained throughout human history on the image of the human, how planning can lead into dead ends and about the understanding of the environment and relation to nature. This interest results into the intensive contention with landscape paintings and ideologies of different epochs.
Metalogos. Hectical rush, stress and just a little of time for things that require effort and calm like the perception of arts define the daily life of a fast moving society.
The project goals to integrate arts into everyday-life in moments of silence and calm, to find new ways of the presentation of art.This project offers the possibility to people to be surrounded by arts. The metalogos are symbols which are derived from experiences of daily life and political and social research. They resemble logos without indicating advertisement, but to mediate an artistic statement in a short period of time and to reach a high amount of people. An other transcoding process takes place.