In 'A Modernist Lunchbreak' I show business people eating their lunches on the Go. Therefor I have created abstract spatial compositions, populated by surreal figures - like marionettes on a theatrical stage.
With a certain ironic elevation I explore the relation between past visions of a modernist future and contemporary sociological phenomenas - people feeling free within a very limited spectrum of acceptable opinions and generated desires, for which to be satisfied they have to function within the system.
As a recurring topic of all my works I continue to explore the subliminal effect of colours and repetitive demonstrations. Both inherent principals of marketing and advertising are continuously used as tools of societal control.
'A Modernist Lunchbreakt' 2018 is a photographic series of six.