Shown are strongly enlarged sections of tree barks in their idealistic structures, blueprints of nature, which, deprived of the natural context, create an irritating autonomy and abstraction. On the one hand, the macro views on specific details make clear the unique aesthetics of the bark, but they also refer to related structures in completely different material contexts. The imprint and experience of the individual observer evoke very different associations. Thus, they reflect a complexity that raises questions about inherent contexts. The diversity of the visible in a snapshot of the ever-renewing nature, which defies itself by repeating its own principle of transience.
The macro barks are a continuation of the study of the bark pictures. They also find their roots in the myth and cultural history of the tree, but differ significantly by stronger abstraction.