The series "Perspectives" by Veronika Spleiss originated from initially small square-shaped works. The acrylic paintings appear even more abstract. No rudiments of realistic objects can be discerned, as is the case, for example, in the "Life Series". For the quintessence of the series "Perspectives" is movement and static in interplay. The figures and forms appear delineated and yet fluid. They virtually interweave with each other. In a reduced colour palette, they fragmentarily assemble themselves and their surroundings. But why call this series "Perspectives"? Generally speaking, it is about the relationship of objects to space; in "Perspectives" it is about the relationship of the figures to each other. Depending on the perspective of the figure, the surroundings would appear different to it. Other figures appear closer or further, shapes larger or smaller. Being bound to a perspective depends on our starting point, but what if we change it? The flowing movement of the images is a plea for new perspectives, even if our starting point is static at first.
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