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"Hidden Future" is one of the artworks from the series "The Hidden Future".
A reflection on time in relation to: when does the past end and when does the future begin. How can you capture the time in a picture? How can an artist depict such an abstract concept in plastic form?
As soon as the past is stirred up, it is present again and thus becomes the present. Aren't the hidden, forgotten sections of the past also part of the future, a hidden future, because they can be revealed at any time? And are they also part of the future if they never come out again?
I try to deal with these questions and try to depict the relativity of the perception of time through visual metaphors.

The many layers of paint symbolize periods of time. With the sanding and processing of these, the lower layers come to light again partially or are covered again. A journey through time and at the same time a game between the hidden and the new.
At first glance, the monochrome picture appears almost entirely white, but a few red and a few blue lines indicate the lower layers of the picture.

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acrylic paint

Hidden future (2016)
Acrylic painting
by Doris Duschelbauer

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"Hidden Future" is one of the artworks from the series "The Hidden Future".
A reflection on time in relation to: when does the past end and when does the future begin. How can you capture the time in a picture? How can an artist depict such an abstract concept in plastic form?
As soon as the past is stirred up, it is present again and thus becomes the present. Aren't the hidden, forgotten sections of the past also part of the future, a hidden future, because they can be revealed at any time? And are they also part of the future if they never come out again?
I try to deal with these questions and try to depict the relativity of the perception of time through visual metaphors.

The many layers of paint symbolize periods of time. With the sanding and processing of these, the lower layers come to light again partially or are covered again. A journey through time and at the same time a game between the hidden and the new.
At first glance, the monochrome picture appears almost entirely white, but a few red and a few blue lines indicate the lower layers of the picture.

Materials used:

acrylic paint

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SLOW ART by Doris Duschelbauer "In a world where we hardly find time to rest, I try to offer what many people long for - visual places where time appears... Read more

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