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Onographies are very reduced, delicate and graphic snapshots of the ephemeral at the moment of decay. These graphical works are the result of a specially developed process, which I call onography.

The works are created with the help of coloured soapy water. By controlling numerous parameters in the process of mixing the solution and mechanically "applying" it to the paper, chance can be manipulated into certain paths, so that individual bubbles and foam formations create a multitude of formally interesting and diverse structures. Since these processes are based on physical laws, their form is equally reminiscent of planetary and molecular, macroscopic and microscopic constellations and systems.
Artwork Onography (Untitled Selection, Type D), 2017
Material pigmented ink on paper
Dimension 297 x 210 mm