50x60cm, 60x75cm

Printing process

9-color giclée


matte, mould-made Hahnemühle paper (310g/m²)

Edition size

50, 25

The original canvas for this print was created in late 2019 actually in an act of self-recovery and took several weeks. Before starting to paint, I was looking on flew markets for a milk pot, that I could break and put together again with the method of Kintsugi. Which, by the way, was really nerve calming and felt kind of healing. Afterwards I put layer by layer of acrylic, lacquer and spray paint as a basis on the canvas. I added single objects with a transferring print method, until I finally worked on the actual object. I never expected this piece and its creation process to tragically become an emblem of 2020.

‘Resilience’ was a word that just popped up everywhere. The more pronounced one possesses this characteristic, the better one survives the pandemic it’s said. It felt like a mantra that was constantly being requested. Currently I doubt we’re creating something new and indeed “better”. Let’s hope for the best.

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