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A fascinating allegory of dream and reality, past and present, mythology, Rauhfaser wallpaper and kitchen tiles. You sense a story, a poem, and become curious. The combination of eclectic components seems arbitrary, while the arrangement of these elements is the only correct one. Very compelling actually, while the visual language is free and loose. Although it is an a-tectonic painting - the representation is partly depicted, which you supplement it with your imagination thus involving the space outside the painting - the story unravels very specifically within the frame. Funny are the trident-like shapes that often recur in his works and serve as a jester’s hat, demon’s horn, a crown, a battlement, the decoration of a frame, the spout of a magic lamp ... So many contrasts, but very convincing in dialogue.