A juxtaposition of changing manifestations
„parallelworlds“ are paintings that are made with both traditional oil paint and fluorescent UV paint. They have a different appearance under daylight than under black light (UV light). Thematically, the paintings evoke abstract forest landscapes. Both organic and graphic elements create a chaotic-harmonic image composition. Sharply emerging trees with meticulous ramifications meet blurry and melted colour structures. Sharp-edged geometric shapes appear suddenly and form a contrast to the forest motif.
Looking at the paintings through 3D glasses creates an additional change in appearance. The light beams are deflected differently depending on colour and suggest a three-dimensional space to the viewer. This fact too makes it clear that the situational context (daylight, UV light, 3D glasses) influences the perception of the painting even though the image stays physically the same. One and the same image is viewed under different circumstances and manifests itself completely different.
We all look at the same world in a highly individual way and keep changing our view. „parallelworlds“ perceives this as happiness, as vitality.