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Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
Die Wand / Die Mauer, silkscreen on wood, Visual Art Center at UT - Austin, USA, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen on wood & canvas, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen on wood & paper, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen on wood & canvas, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen on wood & paper, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen ink & glass, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen on wood, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
The Arbitrary and the Given, silkscreen on wood & plexi-glass, Galerie Jean-François Kaiser, 2016
Print, silkscreen on canvas, Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, 2014

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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."