Untitled (IKB 160 c), 2018
Cyanotype on canvas
140 x 105 cm | 55 x 41 1/3 in
Andreas Duscha applies his interpretation of works by Yves Klein as cyanotypes to canvas – International Klein Blue on Prussian blue, so to speak. They are subtle superimpositions; only the contours suggest the hommage to Yves Klein. With the choice of an extremely thin canvas instead of light-sensitive photographic paper, Andreas Duscha develops the medium a step further. It is an attempt, as Duscha says – and not without self-irony – to come as close to painting as possible. A reference to Yves Klein, then, but also a scrutiny of the mystification of an artistic personality.
Born in 1976 in Heidenheim a. d. Brenz, Germany
Lives and works in Vienna
since 2010 Lecturer Universität Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria
2002 -2010 Member of the artist collective Mahony