Anna-Maria Kursawe - Painting - On the Relationship between Objectivity and Abstraction
|1973||born, lives and works in Leipzig|
|1995-1998||Studied painting/glass with Prof. Christine Triebsch, Burg Giebichenstein|
|1998-2005||Painting studies with Prof. Bernd Koberling and master student studies with Prof. Harro Jacob, UdK Berlin|
|since 2008||artistically independent in the field of painting and wall-room works|
|since 2014||working part-time as an architect|
The focus of the course is the clarification and further development of own pictorial concepts in the field of tension between representativeness and abstraction. The basis is perception, natural vision (in contrast to the camera's gaze), direct contact with things, precise observation, one's own fresh gaze rubbing against reality, because the training of the gaze is also necessary for abstract work. As a result of spatial-object representations, abstract compositions can be created that structure the image surface with their own pictorial rhythm. The course offers individual support on the way to the further development of one's own visual language. It is aimed at people with several years of painting practice.
Courses from 16 years, children and pets are not allowed
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