PLOT: In his works, Klaus Fabricius consistently combines a sharp analytical eye with irritating and touching artistic means. They are comments and sensations of carefully observed world, which tell, quote, adapt stories far beyond the obvious and visible, which touch, frighten, provoke, amuse....
Thus, among other things, two flags in black and white appear, flatteringly waving in the entrance around a tricolor - in humility and memory of 'Liberty leads the people' by Delacroix.
The 'WorkImage' opposite somberly sets the mood for work processes. A discarded axe indicates work done, the pile of logs and coal becomes a fireplace in the monitor. Freedom I mean': A weapon complements the hand-blinded leaf of the clock - but to what end?
The space is widened by the photo print 'City', a door, however, denies the change of place. As a lyrical reference, the 'Apple of Seduction' reads at eye level, Christian symbol and golden like the ball of the princess from The Frog Prince.
A damp towel hangs on the nail above a bowl filled with water, a quotation for 'washing the feet'. And the flickering of electric candles irritates in its environment and sets the Biedermeier on fire.
In his consistently applied stylistic device of collage, Fabricius uses technical apparatuses that enable unusual insights and release unconscious trains of thought. The 3D collage as a space of experience, which should raise questions, so as not to neglect the amazement of the world. (Text collage K.F.)