Drift

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Drift IOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift IIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift IIIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift IVOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift VOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift VIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift VIIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift VIIIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift IXOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift XOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift XIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift XIIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift XIIIOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift XIVOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016
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Drift XVOil bar and acrylic on canvas42 x 60 cm2016

Drift

Drift is a series of paintings reflecting the physical union between the human being and their environment. Anatomical structures are combined with forms and characteristics from plants and flowers, visually based on the plants at Botanischer Garten in Berlin. Drift is a reflection on how the image of the body can adapt to other forms by wandering among them. It forgets what makes us properly human, and focuses on a look on our nature. It generates a human garden of mutated forms.