Relics for a possible future (Playground), 2022
Inkjet on billboard paper, 604 x 600 cm

Relics for a possible future, 2022
Inkjet on billboard paper, 804 x 2990 cm

Inspired by the expressiveness of the paintings and frescoes of historical Italian masters and fascinated by the role they played in the world view of the people of that time, I began the series of works Relicts for a Possible Future. Particularly the effect of weathered frescoes as a viewer and the realization that everything that surrounds us is subject to a process of decay and thus only remains as a fragment for future generations became the basis for the work. In search of a similarly functioning dogma in our time, collages were created from collected contemporary newspaper and online media images, which were then transferred on wooden panels and canvases. The result is an anachronistic snapshot of the present, viewed from a distant future. On view at the exhibiton „I Did not See it Coming“at the Lothringer 13 in Munich.

Untitled (Stones), 2020

various dimensions
river stones, spray paint, acrylic
„[...] Between all the remains, however, there were also painted stones that fascinated me. [...] I did not find any signature or name that could allow an assignment. Nevertheless the stones were marked an claimed by someone. This small event raised the essential question for me: „Who does the earth actually belong to“

The work is on show in the exhibition WILLI the cat, in dialogue with Little TejungaCanyon Line by Richard Long, 1984

(source: Fondazione Antonio Dalle Nogare, Bolzano)

Cleaning the Pool (2016)
Digital 4k Video, 23:45 minutes
In Cleaning the Pool (2016) I remove snow from an abandoned swimming pool
in the alps of north Italy. The created strokes are only visible from the
zenith view, with the pool´s borders framing the scenario. [... ]

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