German artist Matthias Weischer (1973) constructs imaginary rooms through paintings
at the brink between realism and absurdity. The eclectic interiors appear as collages of objects and styles somehow unfinished and always revealing a bit of what is happening outside, being it the space over the window panes or another interior just behind an open door on a side of the picture. Echoing and updating David Hockney’s visual world, Matthias Weischer confronts us with the staged confusion of domestic life emptied of the human presence.
All images © Matthias Weischer