Geert Wachtelaer is a multi-media artist
He works with film, Photography, Installation art, Drawing and Sound pieces, often incorporating all mediums simultaneously to create experimental films, theater and performance art. His artworks acts as a structure from which the viewer may build upon his or her own presumptions about optics and what it means to view projections and spaces. Experimental work by Geert Wachtelaer are mostly focused on forming and researching of layered inner states, forces that may build up different tensions between the subjects. Visual identity given to the strong and deep interpretations of the performers creates a cohesion with the sound that is a very important part of it. Observing transition of states and forms, exploring the relationships of matter and the inner content, in his work, Geert Wachtelaer often refers to the human conciousness and its paths, showing a "life" outside of contexts familiar to us, also visually portraying the alienation and the dark, even disturbing, from a psychologically more difficult points of view. Mental time is the key of his work. The Bergsonian 'deep self', where the different configurations of individuals' memories and experience mean that each spectator makes different choices, works with different perceptual frames.