Vernissage "Drei Dimensionen der Ebene"
Behind the exhibition "Three Dimensions of the Plane" are the artists Dorina Csiszár, Radmila Ćurčić and Stefan Pautze, whose focus is on the game of graphics, painting and video art. In the exhibition in the art pavilion, opposing approaches collide, combined with distrust of simple truths and 'alternative facts' and driven by the conviction that the search for complex answers is worthwhile.
Radmila Ćurčić refers to her painting with the color red on nature. It symbolizes happiness, it strengthens our will power and ensures positive vibrations with constant change and development. The artist, however, is not concerned with the representation of these, but rather with the comprehension of the processes which are not fully determined. They are also determined by spontaneous events and by chance. This is the work of the artist, in which she organically organizes her paintings organically color layer around color layer.
For Stefan Pautze, no contrast is more interesting and disturbing than that between the beauty that is a thing or object, and the threat that can be assumed at the same time. The forms and structures of his graphics are clear and at the same time disturbing, alien and with a very distinctive individual life. This is particularly true for the new, strictly geometric graphics and video works.
Curator of the exhibition of the VBK in Ver.di Bavaria is Serio Digitalino.
Richard Gruber could be won as laudator. Both, like the three artists, belong to the Berufsverband Bildender Künstler Obb. Nord and Ingolstadt e.V.
The exhibition is made possible by an invitation from the Association of Visual Artists (VBK).
Alter Botanischer Garten am Stachus address: Sophienstr. 7a, Protected content Opening: Thursday 02. 11
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