Sandra says about her work:
‘This piece came about during my investigation of spacial relationships; the tension between the gridded structure and free flowing fast movements interests me. I echo that tension which can be seen in Sara's drawing which shifts between structure and potential spiralling into chaos. I chose the red and green in 2 sections as did Sara.’
Sandra lives and works in London. www.sandrabeccarelli.co.uk ‘Relationships and Speeds of Forms and Colours’ 5
Sara says about her work:
‘Using a drawing from my notebook, I placed color & a physical object (rubber band) on it that relate to & interpret Wiebke Bartsch’s drawing. I have been using my work in painting & drawing with objects from my studio in front of them to make photographs for the last few years. I celebrate the studio through the use of detritus, whatever is at hand, waiting to be repurposed in the photograph. The imagery becomes a melding of abstraction and represe
Wiebke says about his work:
‘... “The only thing I’m really good at is drawing.”
This self-critical ad limiting assesset by the artist is rather surprising, since drawing is after all a wonderful art form, albeit currently a rather unfashionable one, and as it were the foundation of all—not just two-dimensional-art.
“I’ve always been drawing: myself, my environments, friends, memories, impressions. My aproach with all the other techniques I use is dilettantish,” the artist
Julian says about his work:
‘For years my artistic research has been focused on the search for the essence of light, rhythm, dynamics and spatial construction.
What is then, the essence of things, when everything that is obtrusive and loud, the chaos and bustle that surrounds us, the eternal drowning, finally disappears? If you follow things through to their core?
How can situations and perceived moments be generated, or even translated into pictorial language?