After working for more than
three decades in black and white, my new work (1999
-) the workphase space.color includes color.
The steady increase of complexity in my work forced me to
reconsider the use of this b/w binary system in order to find a
more adequate visual expression. Adding colors to my work describe
spatial relationships which are not based on color theory. The
colors should be seen as random elements, showing through their
differentiation the complexity and spatial ambiguity essential to
my work. My new work is shown as inkJet images, and also on a flat
screen hanging on a wall presenting a slow motion
that day after day different images appear.
This workphase is based on the 6-dimensional hypercube (more
Manfred Mohr, "space.color",
Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt 2001 / Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen 2002