Michael Raedecker

Room 5

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Room 5
Michael Raedecker
Room 5
1997
Oil, Acrylic, Veneer and Thread on Linen
60 x 70cm
In room 5 Michael Raedecker creates the sensation of deadened slumber. Space is an important focus in his work. In this small painting, the dark colours have a calming effect: their claustrophobic intensity suggests the infinity of internal space, an endless numbness of psychological tension. Michael Raedecker gives a sense of paralysing weight in the chunkiness of the bed and tables; the lamp above the bed seems to bend under this sinking pressure.

     
 


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