questions? We are glad to help you!
Secure payment by credit card or PayPal
Sent directly by the artist
Acrylic, acrylic marker and spray on canvas, framed, 2021. What impact does global warming have on the world's climate? Man-made climate change is omnipresent. Artistically, I also see myself in the responsibility and would like with this series – which was shown in September as part of my "Time Window" exhibition in Berlin, to initiate a discourse. Colors and dynamics play a central role in my works. A deliberate alienation of the actual to allow reflection. Inspired by Brecht's drama theory of epic theater. Because according to Brecht "...the conscious use of contradiction" serves to enable a critical thinking of the viewer.
I am Elisa, an independent artist from Berlin. I grew up in the forests of the outskirts of Berlin as the daughter of a forester family, and I still live and work there. In 2016, I created my first watercolor works, which moved strongly in landscape painting. If you grow up in a family of foresters, the connection and love of nature is laid in the cradle. I devoted myself exclusively to watercolor painting for two years and experimented with natural painting tools from nature. In 2019, I was increasingly concerned with mixed media studies and deepened my work in acrylic, ink, and oil pastels. Thematically, socio-critical and partly political themes moved into the focus of my work. Currently, I deal with climate change and deal critically with the tipping cascades of glaciers. In May 2021, I moved into my new studio at the Müggelsee in Berlin.
Your cart is empty