"Everything in one Form"

2019 / window color on plexiglass

"Everything in one Form" is a quote by Walter Gropius written 1919 in the Bauhaus Manifesto. Herein, Gropius claims that art and craftsmanship are to be united in one painted, sculuptured, architectural form.
These paintings of sculptural architecture attempt to recapture the fascination of modernist architecture by way of childrens' toy blocks.
While their modularity and serial application serve as a direct reference to modernist architecture, the playful portrayal stands in stark contrast to cut and dried construction patterns.

Photocredits:
Julija Navarskaitė / Susanna Flock / Leonhard Müllner