Andreas Mühe and Titus Schade are two artists with a sharp eye. And an unerring precision in their respective mediums, photography and painting. Their compositions are thoughtfully arranged, finely placed pictorial worlds that appear like the long-held metaphor of the work of art as a window on the world.
But it is not a view into immediate reality that is to be presented. Rather, Schade and Mühe insist on the artificiality of their world, or rather worlds, but without denying their truthfulness. A relationship between space, man and time as a nuanced perception of the world(s) unfolds, between dystopia and utopia, between past and future, without dissolving. …
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Image above: Courtesy Kunstraum Potsdam