In his works, Jens Rausch deals with natural flows and cycles, all completely within the sense of the principle of recycling. His artistic-artificial process involves the use of such materials as ash, bitumen, rust, fire and soot. That is, those materials which themselves originate from transformation processes or which trigger these.
An element of chance plays an important role in this as there is a limit to the extent to which the triggered, and ongoing, processes can be managed and controlled. His works use artistic dialogue to unite the artificially-triggered and naturally-ongoing processes into a complex unity and, in doing so, correlate these with the respective pictorial motif.
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