“Hans Kotter’s artistic practice moves between technological installations and luminous materials. The visual language of the artist is strictly connected on the light and not with the material surface. Light draws shapes, it carves images and becomes a necessary and primary tool. Kotter doesn’t use light to define shapes, he changes light in shape.
His artistic research is based on the optical process as a medium to get the work and also to represent the final point of his research. The tunnel views are hypnotic work, the viewer is captured into this tunnel, made by light and led. In a luminous world where sensorial alteration and luminous perception interact together in a different way.” – Studio d’Arte Pino Casagrande
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