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STOPSTOP

Landscape without stops

EPIEPI

EPIEPI

EPIEPI is the continuation and reshaping of my photographic work EPI, which in turn already represents the continuation of my work “Mit Haut und Haar”. In this case, EPI forms the physical raw material (in the form of a photographic print) that initiates the artistic design process. The preceding work therefore forms the basis for the subsequent work. Here, EPIPEPI is therefore the third generation and hence also a further “evolutionary stage” of a self-generating work. The digital hybrids of the work EPI are layered by means of analogue collage technique, as in an onion. The scalpel exposes partial snippets of these individual tissues and textures. These withdraw themselves further and further from perception’s traditional canon of forms, but at the same time complement one another to become a new repertoire of slightly eerie dermavisions. These layers and surfaces and overall compositions can, in turn, become new raw material for the further artistic creative process. The work’s complexity increases with every stage. It becomes, in the truest sense of the word, multi-layered. The principle of conversion and reshaping can start over.

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Odo Hans Painting
Odo Hans Painting 2

ACRYL on Paper  50 x 60cm / ACRYL on Paper and Canvas 70 x 100cm

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ACRYL on Paper  50 x 60cm / ACRYL on Paper  70 x 100cm

Paper Paintings

ACRYL on Paper  50 x 60cm / ACRYL on Paper  70 x 100cm

 

Abstract Paper Paintings

ACRYL / EDDING on Paper  50 x 60cm

Drawings

EDDING on Paper  50 x 60cm / EDDING on Paper  70 x 100cm

EPI

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EPI

Human integuments are in constant dialogue with their environment, on the one hand; on the other, they delimit themselves from the latter and form a shield against particular mechanical and chemical influences. A principle of protection and sealing that lends the human surface a certain stability of form, among other properties. In skin’s dialogic relationship with the environment, personalized contact surfaces are opened up to its wearer by courtesy of visual or tactile relatedness. Zones of subjective reality that model man. In Hans' digital constructions, partial elements of this skin-stable form are blended with textures from the man- produced world of objects. Hans arranges this clash of forms and textures as a unit, as a dialectic game between subject and object. Within this synthetic game of alternating object references, an aesthetic form unfolds that points functionally to an allegorically interpretable notion of “visual recombination”. The method arrives at congruity at the point where subject and object, as a result of fusion, generate a change in the register of attribution of meaning and generically safeguard the image’s category against appropriation as a result of the generated ambivalence.

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