dorarigautruc takes its inspiration from two controversial personalities; french „suicide“ dadaist Jacques Rigaut and Californian surf legend Miki Dora. Each in his own time, they visited the village of Guethary on the „côte basque“ in south-western France; Rigaut as a guest of fellow artist Man Ray, Miki Dora on his quest for the perfect wave and, later in his life, to avoid the police in … dorarigautruc weiterlesen
„Verticals“ is a series of drippings. The colour is brought on the canvas by dripping. The figures are defined by gravity and capillary. By slightly tilting the canvas, different directions are made possible. Figures include gherkins, boards and breads. „Folded Verticals“ are „verticals“ that have been folded once or twice. Folded Verticals weiterlesen
Verticals is a series of drippings. they are executed following strict rules. The colour is brought on the canvas by dripping. The shape of the dripping is defined by gravity and capillary. By slightly tilting the canvas, different directions are made possible. Verticals weiterlesen
An einem Tag im Jahre 2007 wechselte Johannes Gees auf der Toilette des Cabaret Voltaire die WC-Rolle aus und bastelte aus der Kartonhülse und einer leeren Seite, die er aus der seit jeher auf der Toilette aufliegenden Bibel heraus gerissenen hatte, eine Instant-Skulptur.
Er dachte sich nichts dabei. „Hugo (2007-2016)“ weiterlesen
„Context Collapse“ is an ongoing researcht based curatorial concept. Context collapse describes, what is happening to our pictures (other content, too), when we put them online. „Context Collapse (2014): the algortithm as curator“ weiterlesen
Everything is connected is a panel of artefact butterflies pinned on hidden micromotorsdriven by earthquake data sampled from various sources all over the world. „Everything is connected (2015)“ weiterlesen
„Possible Paintings is conceptual landscape painting. The Ritual begins with a trip to the local supply store, where I by a couple of 2 by 4’s, nails and a couple fof yards of white cotton. „Possible Paintings, 2016-„ weiterlesen