Geometry and Abstraction shape our individual perception of the world. In our current exhibition shapes of illusion/diffusion, shapes and colors combine in different ways. Two artists share a similar approach and translate it into opposing materialities.
shapes of illusion
Stoyke translates phenomena of the human psyche into delicate, abstract drawings. She observes and abstracts the apparent reality and transcribes her artistic work into her own aesthetic language. The combination of organic and geometric forms creates a strong, intimate and poetic statement. This sets her apart from the traditional sketch. In her fine, precise works, a symbiosis of forms and colors is created and tests the possibilities of the human imagination. The attempt to understand is in the center of her work.
shapes of diffusion
Jerome Béla Geller also works with vibrant colours and graphic compositions. His diffusor panels intervene in the acoustics of the room by deflecting the incoming sound waves and distributing them evenly. In addition to the spatial-acoustic perspective, in Jerome Béla Geller’s one-off pieces Aesthetics is a primary interest. The precise angular cuts of the stained wooden elements create a 3-dimensional pattern, which has a captivating effect of depth and immersiveness.