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Aaron Scheer

Created on a variety of digital devices, Aaron Scheer’s works utilise the digital realm to combine elements of collage, photography and painterly technique to expand what painting can be and mean today. The artist’s process involves using free form digital gestures, keyboard commands and touchscreen swipes to develop his works, which once complete may beread as an abstracted version of contemporary digital activities, full of vibrant and vivicolour palettes, redolent with distortions, static and blips that contrast with subtle gradations of luminous colour saturations.

More works of Aaron Scheer here.

Aaron Scheer
DaNA_5 (3), 2022

Pigment ink on archival paper
40 x 30 cm (framed)
Edition of 15 320,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Christian August

Christian August
Findings 016, 2022

Acylic on paper
60 x 45 cm (framed, non-reflecting glas) 860,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Christian August
Findings 018, 2022

Acylic on paper
60 x 45 cm (framed, non-reflecting glas) 860,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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The fact that Christian August’s works are based on his past in Street Art and that they are based on painting from the façade onto the canvas is what makes his works so special. He has a unique handwriting, which allows associations up to digital structures. His work is exemplary for the influence of street art on contemporary painting.

More works of Christian August here.

Benjamin Bernt

Benjamin Bernt
EM_P-3, 2022

Monotype, linoleum ink on paper
42 x 29,7cm (framed)
Unique edition 680,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Benjamin Bernt
EM_P-5, 2022

Monotype, linoleum ink on paper
42 x 29,7cm (framed)
Unique edition 680,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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In his artistic work, Benjamin Bernt (*1982) basically deals with the human figure and the fictional portrait. Looking at his drawings and paintings, a play begins between foreground and background, and between color and shapes. Silhouettes of heads or figures can be seen in a line that contrast with those of color fields. It is about capturing the character of people or situations. Most of the time, Bernt tries to surprise himself during his painterly process. His greatest challenge is to capture the fleetingness of the moment. References from art history and literature, but also his own everyday absurdities and psychological states are an integral part of this process. 

More works of Benjamin Bernt here.

Sarah Friend

Sarah Friend
Lifeform Display Surface #1, #2 + #3 (First Generation)

Display 18 x 12 x 10 cm 2.975,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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This sculpture of the artist and software developer Sarah Friend is called „Lifeform Display Suface #1, #2 + #3 (First Generation)“ (2021). Lifeforms are NFT-based entities that need regular care in order to thrive – without proper care, the lifeform will die and its corresponding NFT will disappear. How do you care for a lifeform? Within 90 days of receiving it, you must give it away. By interjecting unexpected dynamics into a smart contract system, Lifeforms invert the typical logic of NFTs, which is to buy, hold, and hope it increases in value, and instead asks the „owner“ to become a custodian or caregiver that must consistently maintain or care for their NFT in collaboration with others. Lifeforms as an artwork exists on two levels: one as an artist edition of NFTs, and another as a series of relations between the carers/collectors of lifeforms, that is intangible, ephemeral, and in a deliberately ambiguous relationship to the market.

You can find the Lifeforms here. They are also part of our exhibition 'NfTNeTArT. From Net Art to Art NFT', which is a collaboration with panke.gallery, Berlin.

Henri Haake

Henri Haake
Gassi, 2022

oil on canvas
40 x 48 cm 1.450,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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It’s a new perspective, a strange angle of how we look at everyday scenarios we discover in Henri Haake’s work. Daily observations in public places and in digital spheres as well as images of his own memory result in a variety of scenarios. Oftentimes people are portrayed while pursuing ordinary activities like standing on an escalator, sitting at a table or driving a car. A very peculiar perspective and the uncommon composition that Haake uses differ from other painters of his genre. Sometimes we find ourselves too close to the pictured. Or the view is unexpectedly slightly from above, almost like a bird’s eye view. People and faces are occasionally cut-off; they have their eyes closed, hide their gaze behind what has been painted or even outside the canvas.

More works of Henri Haake here.

Anna Ehrenstein

Anna Ehrenstein
4 real I, 2018

Digital print on Alu Dibond
70 x 40 cm
1/3 1.800,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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In her artistic work, Anna Ehrenstein is particularly interested in the relationship between „man“ and „object“ in the digital age: How do values change? Who has influence? What role do selfies play? Being raised between Albania and Germany, realities and reflections around migration-related material culture and diasporic narrations form a red thread in her work. Ehrenstein therefore often deals with the intersection of technology and migration. Lens based media, installation, social moments, sculpture, print or writing – Ehrenstein’s artistic practice is diverse and above all transdisciplinary.

More works of Anna Ehrenstein here.

Tristan Schulze

Tristan Schulze
Webmaschine_no.2, 2018

Cotton yarn, hand-woven, 16 shaft key loom
40 x 30 cm (framed) 1.400,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„Webmaschine no. 2“ is a work created through artificial intelligence, led by Tristan Schulze. Traditional weaving has been part of the human culture for centuries and this acquisition of knowledge by a machine clearly shows the developing discourse between man and machine. Algorithms create new patterns, reflecting the creative process of creation. This is an experiment that explores the pace of learning of a machine. The work is made entirely out of cotton and features a red and white pattern, interrupted by thick red lines.

Find more information about Tristan Schulze here.

Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg

Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg
RSVP, regrets only no 21, 2021

Acrylic glass, bird's eye veneer
50 x 38 x 6 cm 3.600,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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„RSVP, regrets only no 21“ is a three-dimensional piece by Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg where she showcases her ability to transform a two-dimensional idea into a three-dimensional object. The image has been drawn with a computer program. It is acrylic glass and birds-eye veneer. The audience is a fundamental part of the sculpture, reflected on its surface. The sculpture seems like it is exploding in all directions, creating the impression of it continuously moving. The swirls immediately catch the viewer’s eye due to the contrast the wooden intarsias create on the shiny, off-white background. Dunkelberg reflects our current processes of perception and viewing habits which she thinks are characterized by overlapping and simultaneity.

More works of Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg here.

Jonas Lund

Jonas Lund
No. 8 / No. 11000 (red, green, yellow), 2021

Museum-quality giclée print on archival matte paper in a white wooden frame.
83 x 63 cm
Edition of 12 380,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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Jonas Lund
No. 6 / 64000 (blue, purple, orange), 2021

Museum-quality giclée print on archival matte paper in a white wooden frame.
83 x 63 cm
Edition of 12 380,00 EUR (incl. VAT)

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The work „No. 8 / No. 11000 (red, green, yellow)“ and "No. 6 / 64000 (blue, purple, orange) by Jonas Lund are both part of an edition of 12 (each). The editions are created through the use of an artificially intelligent neural network that’s been inspired by the work of some of the most hyped artists. Find more works of Jonas Lund here.

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