Landscape and Memory: Seasons #3 - #4, 1996|
Secco found objects, and wood
85 x 24 x 13 inches
Collection Of The Artist
Krausz tends to work from what he sees around him in his daily life and during his travels.
" His current decision to restrict the number of technological features in his landscapes therefore represents a deliberate return to a portrayal of places where nature has been allowed - for an extended period - to blossom in harmony with human intervention. He seems to choose the moment immediately before transformation into a modern landscape takes place, as if the inclusion of electric pylons in animage had the power to obliterate the centuries that preceded them "… "the missing artefact is the presence of humanity itself, which is merely suggested by the traces it leaves behind."
Denyse Roy, Peter Krausz, Les Paysages, 1999
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