« Art as magical game box - The artistic transformation process is a way for me to generate highly aesthetic objects from everyday materials. For me, this game represents freedom and pleasure at the same time. »
German artist Florian Wörrle was born in Dillingen in 1982. He studied art from 2003-2004 at the Free Art School in Stuttgart, 2004-2010 at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, and German Studies at the University of Karlsruhe 2005-2010. Today, Florian Wörrle lives in Karlsruhe, where he works as a freelance artist and also teaches art.
Already during his studies, Florian Wörrle was enthused by abstract expressionism, inspired by the artist Jackson Pollock, among others. He quickly finds his own path and creates emotional, impulsive, abstract picture worlds with painter's acrylic, lacquer paint and construction foam. The combination of pasty acrylic paint, which blends into the flowing lacquer linearly and creates relief structures, lends the picture a virtual and physical spatiality.Lire la suite
Florian Wörrles works are color-intensive, abstract pictures, which are to be categorized between painting and object. He combines his painting with everyday materials and materials such as textiles, foils, PU foam or plastics. His dynamic, relief-like images seem to have frozen after a color explosion. Drops and curves emerge from the edge of the image carrier. The image and the carrier harmoniously merge into a new structural unity.
A young artist on his road to success
Florian Wörrle has presented his works in several solo and group exhibitions in Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Heidenheim in Germany and The Hague in the Netherlands. He is the founder of the platform "größer Null" in Karlsruhe.Masquer