“The garish colours in the graphic works are equated with a warning signal and at the same time incorporated into the aesthetics of the image in the process, the colourfulness highlights supposed flaws. Ultimately, they interact with the motifs and create a narrative. They are part of the course of the picture.
These colours play with the mental analogy between concealment and highlighting. The artificial bright colour draws the focus to certain areas in the picture. The cracks in the paper combine the positive and negative qualities of an experiential value of the material. Only through the damage does it become an ideal image carrier.”
Extract from Julia Zöhrer autobiography. Read More