In a series of photo-works in which folded lacquer foil was my motif, I created a new layer on the picture by special painting techniques. The resulting fields of vision direct the viewer's gaze to the coexistence of color, form and object. The abstract
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ABOUT THE WORK
Material: acrylic print
Visionary worlds: When photography and painting become oneWith this picture I do not only want to draw the attention to... Read More
worlds: When photography and painting become one
With this picture I do not only want to draw the attention to the abstract object I have created, but also to show the viewer the " being interwoven" of painting, object art and photography.Â "Woven" is a symbiosis of material, form and colour.Â
In my current works, I integrate painting as a material
level into my multi-layered photographic art.
resulting photographic images live from both art forms and their
transformation. My works are characterized by the artistic interplay between
multi-layered and thus alienated photography and gestural overpainting as an
additional level of the photo.Â
Visionary worlds between image and design
The artist Barbara Goertz sees herself neither as a photographer nor as a painter alone. The photographic images live from both art forms, they are fusions, multi layers, transformations - in a word: new worlds.
The artistic interplay between photographic work and painted alienation effects characterizes her works. The camera accompanies the overpainting process and documents the transformation, the flow, the design of the space between the two art forms.
With her art, the artist takes up a self-discovery theme of modern art in a targeted way and varies it with a pleasurable confession... "The exciting and appealing thing for me is the design of the intermediate worlds of both art forms, thus also the 'space' in between. The artistic fusion of rigid photography with three-dimensional, lively painting and thus the creation of new visual worlds. I see myself as an artist, who expresses my vision and creates art for this century in a personal mix of digital, painterly and photographic techniques.Â
My goal is to create convincing and unique works that let my viewers question their own perception.