The works from the series Human Image juxtaposes details from Giotto’s frescoes of the Capella Scrovegni with contemporary images from advertising, science and everyday life.
The symbol of the aureole is often placed as an integral detail or across all formats on the works, which are usually produced as individual pieces using the silk-screen printing process. In these works, the aureole takes on the meaning of a placeholder that raises questions about the current position of man and his vitality.
Selection from the series: Human Image
each: silksreen print on canvas, 220 cm x 180 cm / silkscreen print on paper, 70 cm x 50 cm
Dignity of Man, a piece for 3-channel moving canvas and 8 channel sound. The piece was premiered as a 1-channel video installation in cooperation with the Laptoporchester Berlin on July 12, 2006 at the Anatomisches Theater (Langhansbau) in Berlin.
Dignity of Man is a tribute to a young man who, at the age of 24, in 1486/87, wanted to invite scholars from European universities to discuss human freedom: Pico della Mirandola (1463 – 1494. His opening speech “Oration on the Dignity of Man” was never given by him, but today it is one of the most famous texts of the Renaissance.(Videogemälde, DvD-Version_01 (1_channel, 29′ 48”) see Here
Secureness is cristall clear
oil, polaroid-foto, digital print, tape, bed sheet on alu di bond, 200 cm x 360 cm
Selection from the Series: Dignty of Man
Collages on Paper (mixed media), each: 70 cm x 50 cm
digital prints, acrylic paint, foil, stone tape, mirror sherd, 110 cm x 420 cm
What Ever Form / From Their Mother’s Womb
each: silk screen print, oil, acrylic paint, foil on canvas, app. 220 cm x 140 cm
butterfly box, digital prints, silkscreen print on glass, acrylic paint, dissecting needles, 36 cm x 48 cm x 5 cm
wall application: oil, graphite, voal on canvas, app. 220 cm x 280 cm
The Need for Renewal
wallapplication: oil, stone tape, net material on canvas, 260 cm x 220 cm