Video:  Clemens Behr / 2012

By - Saturday, December 29th, 2012

Using recycled materials and resembling origami, the installations of Clemens Behr create an optical trickery seeming to straddle the line between a three dimensional object and a two dimensional painting. The German born Behr shows a deep interest in his street spots utilizing found materials often gathered from the surrounding area. His disorienting architectures, especially within interior spaces, can take on the look of an abstract film set. 2012 saw Behr traveling extensively and also leaving his mark worldwide in cities such as New Delhi, Milono, Sao Paulo, Barcelona, Marseille, Gdansk, Sydney, Byron Bay, Oslo, Rio de Janeiro, London, and Paris. 2013 looks to be a promising year for the young artist.

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