“Susie Dropped Her Tablet” | 4,50 x 2,50 x 5mtr | Spraypaint on wood | Assistance HorstOne, Eliot the Super, Philip Junk, Leon Fleischmann, Annika
“Kunstlabor” Exhibition initiated by MUCA (Museum for Urban and Contemporary Art) Munich, GER | 2018
This installation references the aesthetics of broken and crashed LCD displays from smartphones, laptops and tablets. The work deals with the question of how we perceive our environment, habitat and also art, when we are living most of our lives through a screen. However, he is not concerned with pointing the finger, but rather commenting on what is happening irritated by a broken display. He combines the accidental aesthetic of the randomness of broken displays with his unique graphic language, thus creating irritated pictures and compositions based on events that cannot be exactly replicated.
The work incorporates both abstract and partly illustrative elements, mixing the usual twodimensional representation of a screen with the three-dimensional, causing the artwork to become an „object“/„space“. The title "Susie Dropped Her Tablet“ still supports the topic in a ironic double meaning and the viewer may try to decipher what was accidental and abstract and what is illustrative and deliberate.