Collages

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no. 6.1 | 45 x 55 cm


From a series of 23 works | 2020

Unique copy | signed on the reverse
Archival Pigment Print Collage | Object Frame | different sizes

In his typical world of pastel colour and brightness, Daniel Müller Jansen uses a minimalistic formal vocabulary to explore the boundaries between photography, digital painting and collage. Inspired by Japanese Ikebana and well-known references of the Minimalism from the 60s and 70s, these works also take up various aesthetic ideas of Müller Jansen from recent years. In this way, he creates a harmony of linear structure, rhythm and colour in his works.

What from a distance looks like reduced, purely digital compositions, reveals at second glance fine details and surfaces that lend the objects a minimal hint of authenticity – just enough as if they could have existed in this way.

With a certain lightness, humour and poetry, these works invite us to explore the dimensions between individual media and their narrative potential in their combination.

 


no. 6.4 | 82,5 x 105 cm

 


no. 3.2 | 50 x 55 cm

 


no. 3.1 | 45 x 55 cm

 


no. 1.3 | 36 x 40 cm

 


no. 1.2 | 36 x 40 cm

 


no. 12.2 | 55 x 70 cm

 


no. 12.3 | 55 x 70 cm

 


no. 12.1 | 55 x 70 cm

 


no. 7.2 | 45 x 55 cm


no. 7 | Overview | 154 x 55 cm

 


no. 5.3 | 55 x 70 cm

 


no. 2.2 | 55 x 70 cm

 


no. 11.1 | 55 x 70 cm

 


no. 4.2 | 45 x 55 cm

 


no. 4.3 | 50 x 55 cm


no. 4 | Overview | 154 x 55 cm

 


no. 8.1 | 31 x 40 cm