Erosión provocadora – Traces of change

With the yet unfinished cycle Erosión provocadora and the corresponding series Eating Ribosomes and DNArt, Andreas Straub touches back on the processes of change as they were calculated by the computer for the cycle DISTANCE. Working with the computer continues to be an inspiring feedback for pictorial creation.

Art and science: Andreas Straub sees them as kin disciplines in their mental processes of development. Eating Ribosomes and DNArt developed over the years in a long exchange with the US-American molecular biologist Harry Noller (see also: From my studio). Important impulses came from the chemist Carl Djerassi: The inventor of the birth control pill is also engaged in art collecting and writing.  

Erosion, IAS-2332, 45 x 62 cm, Mixed media on Paper, 2002.
Erosion, IAS-2342, 50 x 50 cm, Acrylic on Canvas, 2002.
Erosion, IAS-2359, 50 x 50 cm, Acrylic on Canvas, 2003.
Erosion, IAS-2413, 117 x 143 cm, Acrylic on Canvas, 2005.
Erosion, IAS-2460, 82 x 82 cm, Acrylic on Canvas 2009.
Erosion, IAS-2496, 50 x 70 cm, Acrylic on Cardboard, 2012.

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