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Remy Zaugg

Born 1943 in Courgenay, Switzerland
Died 2005 in Arlesheim, Switzerland

Ich, das Bild, ich sehe, 1992

Serigraphy, lacquer on aluminium
67 x 57 x 3 cm

Remy Zaugg's theme is the perception that explores various facets of seeing and allows a broadening of consciousness. After Zaugg arrived at the realisation in the 1960s that figurative and abstract painting had reached their limits, he began using painting to explore perception. Panel painting was his primary area of research. He experimented with perception and colour, and their references to one another, in order to explore how an image is created. As his motif, he chose script or sentences often revolving around both seeing and not seeing, blindness.

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