Till Gerhard’s Irren is painted with the dramatic realism
of a propaganda poster, picturing individuals’ plight
against inconceivable threat. Gerhard renders this hysteria
with chilling efficiency: his trees, like menacing voids,
tear through the smothering blizzard; his figures are illuminated
with apocalyptic light in their death march. From his horrific
scene Gerhard draws a contemporary parable: of isolation,
sectarianism, and depravity. He pictures a modern day expulsion
from Eden, unnervingly referenced through popular culture
and current events.

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