With technical, practical work I try to create images that are maximally intense by themselves. This practice I run varied: painting, drawing, photography, stone sculpture, object art, installation, performance, text, sound, electronic and acoustic guitar music.
To reach this goal I am looking for the most accurate representation of the existence, as I experience it. To achieve this aim I choose among all creative means that are available: when I see a way I explore it as intense as possible.
This is an approach with regards to content, which results in a never-ending formal study.
A formal restriction is inconceivable to me. It is essential that there must be an inner and clear stance as a source and reason for the artistic work. This inner attitude produces a wide variety of forms, can even form a seeming contradiction: for example, abstract or representational are no “positions” to me, but different paths to the same goal. This is to me the artistic freedom. A freedom that you have to work on hard, over and over again.
The KUNSTGUT Academy of Fine Arts is a living result of my work. The various personalities of my students are challenging me over and over again to find new answers to fundamental questions of sense and necessity.