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Jochen Stenschke

Pictures in Black Boxes
The artist Jochen Stenschke reflects on possibilities, thoughts and feelings through the medium of painterly expression. He links diverse visual traditions – from the ornamentalism of Islam to the abstract and concrete art of western Modernism – opposites whose common roots he tries to find.
Organic forms and colour resonate and seem to float in space and create a rhythmic structure. The artist creates a canon of holistic forms and shapes out of this dynamic process, covering cultural borders and spaces of tension. Due to their presentation in a former coal mixing plant, Stenschke’s “pictures in black boxes” attain a particular force that reveals hidden structures and the details of a universal visual language to the viewer.

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"Jochen Stenschke"

May 2009

ISBN 978-3-86678-307-2

17,00 x 23,00 cm

96 Pages

19 colored and 12 b/w illustrations

Softcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Stiftung Industriedenkmal und Geschichtskultur
Text by
Christoph Kivelitz, Jutta Meyer zu Riemsloh, Otto Pannewitz, Beate Reifenscheid
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Jochen Stenschke: Bilder im schwarzen Kasten“, 31 August to 1 November 2009, Kokerei Zollverein, Essen.

Further publications of the artist