Edgar Honetschläger tests the boundaries of the possible, always along the limit in order to question the existing standard, the process being as important as the results.
His visual art is characterized by the effort to reach an existence outside of themselves, independent of the artist and the recipient. He uses exterior areas and architecture, experiments with space and the friction between two-dimensionality and tri-dimensionality, a coordinated interaction between architecture, drawing and painting occurs. Drawing constitutes an important means within his work, as a result of his consistent examination of two-dimensionality. Within the sequences, the second and third dimension are interchanged quoted or merged. Honetschlaeger has made himself independent from the belief in perfection as well as its opposite. The one focal point of perspective does indeed exist, but only in close connection with all possible constellations of focal points.
Loading more stuff…
Hmm…it looks like things are taking a while to load. Try again?