Touring Exhibition Plein Air

08.12. — 11.12.2015
European Parliament Brussels

Alexander Rolof expresses in his work reflections about prosperity and change in the development of Görlitz as a city. His painting shapes a two-tone snail shell, which could also represent a fallen, empty horn of plenty. A blue rope symbolically weaves its way through this statement, while structure paste is used to uncover the traces of time and anomalies. Even in his artefact made of plexiglass called “Diagramm,” the artist draws the viewer’s attention to the vicissitudes in the history of Görlitz. Fragility and instability become visible – textile blue floats in an empty vessel which seems to be looking to find direction.

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