Robert Schaberl
Gleaming discs, light reflections, and pulsating circular areas in infinite color variations. Robert Schaberl’s concentric abstractions, which he carries out in various color graduations between matt and glossy, are created by superimposing up to 70 layers of color on a horizontally rotating picture carrier. His rarely completely monochrome central forms, which are found in paintings, photographs, and works on paper, expand the spectrum of the art of perception that unfolds its magic precisely in the deviation from a focal point: The color-changing pictures change their appearance depending on the perspective.
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