THE RAW PROCESS
Plaster — Paint — Destruction
Alexander Queisser works in this triad. The contrast between old and new, between construction and decay characterize his concepts.
Every single color system, every color theory has its own expressiveness as well as compatibility on the corresponding substrates. Understanding how they work and in which system, which effect can be achieved is essential.
Plasters play a crucial role in wall design to build structures. Through targeted application of the individual plaster layers, these can be given an artistic expression. This is often a multi-layered process in which the lowest layers are largely responsible for the final surface aesthetics.
The component of destruction is essential for me. I give the images the context I want. I am concerned with much more than just a destroyed surface aesthetic. It is all about decay and change of the material world as well as our own decay.
"Together, these steps result in a work of art, that unite opposites in captivating beauty. Each step is a science in itself."