is the title of a picture series with works of our planet Earth.
The artist Karl-Heinz Friesenbichler (KaLi) shows photographs (microcosm) of structures, predominantly rock formations but also other geological naturalities, as well as high-resolution satellite/Google Earth screenshots (macrocosm) of the same character, predominantly mountain ranges. Abstract paintings complete and round off the theme. The series of images takes us into an abstract network that spans and forms our whole life. There are no limits to the imagination. We recognize ourselves or forms directly familiar to us both in photographs (in a usual visual way) as well as in those works that are beyond our conventional angle of view. Inevitably, we are faced with questions, such as the one concerning the origin and construction of all material existence, or that of perception and how we are able to see and perceive things, but also questions of variability, as well as those concerning selfreflection. Speaking more generally: Questions of existential nature are in the air. In addition, however, there are also answers to be found: The unity and realization of being part of a larger whole are obvious. The cognition as well as the resulting satisfaction are thrilling.
The title of the picture series reflects the fact that nature itself is the artist and KaLi is only a medium for transcription.
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born 1978 in Graz (Austria) lives and works since 2009 in Berlin (Germany)
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