Category Archives: Parody
“Sam Marlowe suspected that the abundance of air fresheners in the bathroom had something to do with the disappearance of the apartment owner.” – Dashiell Chandler
Lonely bench, Roma EUR, 2015 The ‘lonely bench picture’ is, of course, deeply symbolic – it paraphrases the breakdown of communication in society. After all, the bench’s intended purpose is communicative – several people are supposed to sit on it … Continue reading
There was that book from the wild and thrusting seventies called “The day used to begin with a bullet wound” One of your favorites But I’ve had enough of those wounds, so the answer is “Not today, sweetheart” – Johannes … Continue reading
Schwäbischer Minimalismus | Swabian minimalism Ein minimalistisches Wortgemälde, das etwas von den Werken des amerikanischen Konzeptkünstlers Christopher Wool inspiriert wurde. Hat mit der vietnamesischen Stadt Hanoi nichts zu tun. A minimalist word painting somewhat inspired by the works of Christopher … Continue reading
Full moon over a Spanish town | Vollmond über spanischer Stadt A work in progress loosely based on a painting by John McLaughlin, here reproduced with a spectator comment: “We thought a piece might be missing.”
Disclaimer Any resemblance with any living person, sculpture, loudspeaker, box, slab or other piece of art – particularly by A. Kapoor – is not merely coincidental.