“Wondering about the future” is part of my “Identity series” and is made with acrylic on paper. The artwork portrays... Read More
“Wondering about the future” is part of my “Identity
series” and is made with acrylic on paper. The artwork portrays a woman who is
wondering, what will happen in the future. Her posture suggests that she is –
almost eccentrical – showing her worry. The artwork has Chinese elements in it to
allude to Chinese fortune telling culture which is a respected and important
part of social and business culture. Sometimes, fortune tellers often take on a
role as compared to management consultants or even psychotherapists in Western
society. Fortune telling is a complex occupation and requires professional
skills, a high number of social contacts and impact. The female in the center is
a modern version of a fortune teller and even resembles a Geisha. Her latex
looking dress is figure-accentuating, sexy and expresses that she has broken
free of patriarchal structures. She is now in control and has taken over the important
position of a fortune teller.
The series in general deals with female identity
and intends to capture several emotions and character traits. The females I
depict show a certain moment in time – compared to a moment captured on camera.
The artworks represent the state of mind, attitude, wish or even perception of
oneself rather than an accurate illustration of reality. Some artworks are
influenced by the atmosphere of famous movies or tv series and convey the
impact and lasting impression of strong female characters.
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