Impressions are most often composed of several moments of an experience. Once it goes for example, a particular detail, while other views show some interesting moments in this or that aspect. Some of the viewed pictures of an experience stay for some time in the memory. These images give a longer period than any single image again for themselves. The simultaneous presentation of the significant moments of an experience in my paintings shows a longer period of time as a single image and condensed the experience. The interpretation of many factors leading to occlusions, overlaps, juxtapositions and varies in this way the previously rigid sequence. During a question period, lining up in which impressions, the situation is constantly changing: People in front of a move, you're on the move itself. This interpretation involves the viewer into the situation and it leaves no longer just in front of the picture.
The moment-collage shows the perception and memory areas and their boundaries, mergers between or surrounding spaces. All stress points are each the individual moments and design elements, which cause the image formative moments.
Views will be moments
The area of our sharpest vision is only a few degrees and is attributed to the organic yellow spot at the back of the eye. For example, we attach a text to our view of the center of the page and keep our eyes are tranquil. Let us try so to read the surrounding text part, then we see the narrow limits of sharp vision. In daily life we perceive nothing. For we detect the situation in front of us with many views, the impression arises from the sum recorded moments, experiences, expectations, evaluations, interpretations, and involuntary eye movements. Gaps do not seem to exist. As we scan situations before us with our eyes, they change constantly. In addition, we are in motion. The time taken for the analysis period is compressed by the reproduction of the moment interpretations. Moments that stay in memory for a longer time, will be hold together by the painting. Retaining their autonomy, they simultaneously develop a sound that could make any of the clips on their own. They influence and emphasize each other. The pictorial interpretation also weighted. The various moments grow together to form an overall impression that all the moments together tell an impressive and lively than the representation of a glance alone succeed.
In their translation of the overall sound of beautiful moments the painting results in a personal interpretation. I stress this with some pictures of more or less clear indications, such as by my own legs and/or hands in some pictures. Thoughts on other points incorporated into the images, such as to form the edge of each moment, the instantaneous number in each work, the format and level choice and much more. The works make reference to Cubist approaches.
I use Oil- and Acryl-colors on Canvas. Sometimes the acrylic paint is used only as underground color. Sometimes you can see it at one or several places on the canvas because of a special property. Some works I use several canvas. Then each canvas is a view.