Stillness condenses into spatial lines and forms abstract-looking planes. A particular appeal of these photographs lies in their indexical reference to a motionless reality, transformed into subtle colour gradients and neutral surfaces – designed not with a brush or ruler but with time itself. The references to Colourfield Painting that impose themselves at the sight of the parallel horizontal timelines seem obvious but ignore the refractions and irritations through figuratively discernable elements contained in the KOSCHIES’ pictures.
Against the background of the abstract areas, the representational dissolves into slow movement and becomes soft transformations of shape. Even the static-seeming TIME LINES themselves are not resistant to impulses from spatial reality and are caught up in the field of tension between static and dynamic representation. The motifs resulting from these contradictions leave room for an associative play of thoughts.