From the loop shows twelve abstract objects, created semi-digitally and printed
using an experimental process that combines pigment-printing with silkscreen.
50x70cm on 285g Hahnemühle Torchon watercolour paper.
Each print is one of a kind.
K. Ulrich Schneider (*1983) is a Frankfurt based artist working on the intersection of analog and digital art forms - exploring their relationships and overlaps. His work is created using techniques from acrylic paint to 3D-Software on media ranging from canvas to display. Schneider focuses on the perception of digital art in the analog world and possible transfer-processes between the two. Visually his work often presents as a combination of controlled and random elements - exploring the aesthetics found in partly or fully uncontrolled structures and processes.