The encounter with rock as a moving mass is the starting point of this series of works. As a haptic experience, the relationship between individual and nature is processed here and finds its expression in the painting of the eroded surface.

In this sense, erosion is not only a geological process, but also a mirror of self-perception and personal introspection. The dissolution of scale within the paintings allows the observation of a rigid element as an organic snapshot of a seemingly eternal process.

Erosion I, exhibition view


Erosion IV

Erosion IV, 2020, oil on canvas, 107 x 84 cm

Herkulesfuß, Radierung

Herkulesfuß, 2019, etching on paper,
67 x 107 cm

Erosion III

Erosion III, 2019, oil on canvas, 155 x 86 cm

Erosion II, 2018, oil on canvas, 165 x 190 cm

Erosion II, detail
Erosion II, detail

Erosion I, 2018, oil on canvas, 108 x 86 cm

Stonescape, exhibition view

Stonescape, 2017,oil on canvas, 112 x 70 cm