As early as 1964, the Japanese artist Yuko Nasaki dealt with the arrangement of typologies in an abstract way, which Sylvia Schramm deliberately chose as a “challenge” for the representation of emotions. It reflects our longing for freedom and adventure – experienced by ourselves or only seen in the “rear-view mirror”. Sealed and canned for storage, labeled, typologically arranged and stored like a good wine, it occasionally transports us away from reality.
Schramms artistic technique is digital painting, which she has developed into something unique with the knowledge gained from painting. The motif is printed onto a metal plate by means of a special, complex process, whereby a Coexistence between substrate and paint is created. The interplay between matt and shine makes the viewer literally feel the material and figurative and characterizes her impressive unique pieces. Symbolically, in order to preserve the ephemeral, this work was “weightily” framed in industrial iron.
Gallery rail + steel cables + metal hook (hang in the frame hook) or: Use dowels.