Barbara Deutschmann


Jens Trimpin 2012

So obvious is the arbitrary playfulness (utopian) inscribed into the sculptures / plastics, so evident the “family likeness” of the sharp / hard lines and the overlapping surfaces that press backwards and forwards, often in formal duplication, that the respective differentness when joining individual volumes – stone / paraffin interlocked – of the three-dimensional structures interweaves this infinite ornamentation (in a finite world) of stripes and angular surfaces and light-transmitting bodies to a sound creation of its own kind.

Jens Trimpin