In my artistic work I am talking about the ongoing change, connection and communication between the inner and outer worlds, and about the inevitable bond between art and human life in general.
I feel drawn to the tension between opposites, the grey areas between black and white, the confusion and contemplation, stereotypes and prejudice.
Décollage are part of everyday aesthetics. In their wildness, rejection can be deciphered - a manifestation of the spontaneous and direct expression.
Artists like Raymond Hains and Jacques Villeglé recognized the quality of this unconventional form of art. I try to transform this method into our contemporary digital age.
1999 - First exhibition (Leoben - A journey to nowhere and back)
2001 - Experiments with décollages and spray paintings
2002 - Cut-outs and rip-it-ups (Décollage) of billboards
2005 - Photographic documentation of décollages
2006 - Overpaintings of décollages
2007 - Photographic documentation of urban fragments
2008 - Décollage on furniture and lighting
2009 - Photographic documentation of tags and urban inscriptions
2010 - Combining décollages and art historical paintings
2011 - First exhibition "covert and discovert history" in Graz (exhibition hall)
2012 - And ongoing exhibitions and pop-ups in Vienna, Munich, Stuttgart,
| Pörtschach, Wels, Mondsee, Leoben, Augsburg, Nürnberg,
2015 - Purchase collection Spallart
2016 - And ongoing commissioned artworks in Graz, Munich,
| New York City, Salzburg, Serfaus, Singapore, Vienna, Zirl
2017 - Stuttgart, Innsbruck, Linz, Vienna, Klagenfurt, Graz, Salzburg, Passau and many others ...
2018 - Augsburg, Friedrichshafen, Stuttgart, Linz, Vienna, Salzburg, Graz, Innsbruck, Obertauern...
Exhibition at MAK Vienna ( Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art )
Digital stage design, Schauspielhaus Salzburg
Videoscreenings in Leipzig, Vienna, Salzburg, Graz, Cologne, Feldkirch
Interactive Theater Performances, Vienna (Brut) and Salzburg (Schauspielhaus),
Organizer of Punk/Garage/Wave concerts...
1976 - Leoben, Austria
2001 - 2005 Multimediaart, FH Salzburg
Magister (FH) for artistic and creative professions
Lives and works in Salzburg