The five worlds or unnecesssary transformation

Reinhard ZichViennaAustria

2016acryl , plastic, wood and gold leafes on canvas

380 x 220 cm

This artwork was created from the austrian artist Reinhard Zich starting in July 2016 in a special furtherance of 3 months like atelier from the University for applied art in Vienna. ( Heiligenkreuzerhof) The inspiration for this artwork he got already in Istabul where he lived and worked from oktober 2011- march 2016. The five worlds swimming in the gold which symbolizes the wealth of the world but caught in a cage. The wealth is apparently handled incorrectly. The consequence of this is that one world comes before the other to stand in the foreground. Between digitization and the dissolving social world in the background of an impact world which is in a very confused condition. But still there ist the gold which is the hope that we can break out of the prison of blindness and ignorance.

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Before becoming a painter I was a actor for theater and film. The reason why I changed my profession was because i missed  a certain creativity like actor. It was not possible to ceate realy something exeptional and unique. I felt like a ropoter making that what directors wanted from me to do. So I became hungry to create something new what is realy coming deep inside from me. And I am still hungry for it every day  planing art projects in edvance for years.

 

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