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WOP installation, screen-print on paper, 2017
Untitled, 2017, screen print on wood and canvas
Untitled, 2017, screen print on wood and canvas
die Wand / die Mauer, 2016, Fieldwork Project Space at the Visual Art Center of University of Texas in Austin, USA
Unfold Arbitrary, 2016, 230 x 220 x 30 cm, screen print on bed-sofa
Untitled, 2017, 157 x 121 cm, screen-print on paper
Exhibition PRINTS, 2015, at Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, Berlin
Exhibition PRINTS, 2015, at Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, Berlin
Big Picture I + II, 2014, 230 x 300 cm, screen-print on canvas
BBF (Best Friend Forever), 2016, 150 x 80 x 20 cm, screen-print on wood & wool
Exhibition Maculer, 2015, at L'Endroit Gallery, Rennes France, screen-print on paper
Installation, 2015, screen-print on wood
Still Life 01, 2015, 150 x 100 cm, screen-print on wood
Exhibition The Arbitrary and the Given, 2016, at Jean-François Kaiser Gallery, Strasbourg France
Exhibition The Arbitrary and the Given, 2016, at Jean-François Kaiser Gallery, Strasbourg France
Untitled, 2017, 200 x 150 cm, screen-print on canvas
Exhibition The Arbitrary and the Given, 2016, at Jean-François Kaiser Gallery, Strasbourg France
Bouleau 03+04, 2016, 100 x 75 cm, screen-print on wood and concrete
W.O.P at Collectionair Paris 2017, screen-print on paper
Grau 03, 2015, 272 x 151 cm, screen-print on wood
Sans Titre 02, 2015, 50 x 37,5 cm, screen-print on wood
Installation, 2014, screen-print on wood
Untitled, 2016, screen-print on paper
De la Condition Post-Modern, 2014, Artist's Book, screen-print on paper
Berliner Leitungswasser, 2016, screen-print ink & glass
die Wand / die Mauer, 2016, Fieldwork Project Space at the Visual Art Center of University of Texas in Austin, USA

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"We have been exploring screen-printing for over 20 years. From experimental zines, we slowly shifted to unique artists' books, monotypes and paintings, but we always felt there was more to be done. We wanted to go to the essence of the process, push the boundaries of the medium, be radical. We were looking for a way to transcend the rigidity of the technique. So we had to rethink and simplify, to finally get the form and content in adequacy. That's how we started doing monumental minimal printing."