When walking into Thomas Trum's studio, you stumble upon road-marking machines, industrial paint sprayers, customized sprinklers and enlarged pens. Experimenting with every thinkable method to apply paint, the results are then studied either on paper, canvas or his walls. Believing in the honesty of abstraction, according to Trum, the simpler the composition, the better. In the end, figurations are always referring to something different than themselves. What is left to admire in Trum's works, are just the medium paint and colours.