Serie Blackboxproduct - 18.2
2018, Acrylic cast foil, 125 x 54 cm (WxH), on wooden plate, Tryptichon 3 x 35 x 54 cm
“Elements of the creation process of my works are impressions that I perceive, select and give meaning to on the basis of my current context and my imprints. This selection happens consciously and unconsciously. During the processing I perceive myself as a black box - in the way I further select, process and recompose the sensations.
The sensational network in the series of Blackboxprodukte is differently but always clearly seen. This sensational network gives form to clear geometrical shapes which stand for the new realities and truths generated by the intrapersonal processes of each ones blackbox.” – David Lieser
About the artist
In the times of upheaval at the age of 15 he sees for the first time works like „Eierbrett“ of the Dadaist Hans Arp.
The fact that you can paint plywood with colour and this becoming art fascinates him. Since then many images stand before his inner eye, all of them shouting: do it, make me a work of art !
To learn "something proper" he studies architecture at the Bauhaus-Universität in Weimar from 2001 onwards, with space for artistic experiments.
After finnishing his diploma in 2008, the seriuos side of life begins. With a short recess he lives and works in vienna since then. Architecture is also interesting, and if doing something he does it thoroughly. This interst brings him from the design of a folded three-stair sculpture to leading well sized building-projects.
In 2016 he notices a blank side to his life and of course it has to do with the fact, that because of all the architecture he is only following very few calls of his inner images.
Its not working for me like this he decides, and also that producing pieces of art is the most important in life! The artist is reborn and feels very content in his new atelier. All starts off very well, two exhebitions in viennas top gallery street "Schleifmühlgasse". How the story continues, he doesn't know, but a gallery has to come along, still more deals are to be made and a lot of exhebitions, because works of art want to be adopted and want to be seen.