Art is little if not a matter a perception. It’s a truism German artist Dennis Loesch tackles with the spirit of a post-digital impressionist, recreating it to speak through his own innovative practice. The Berlin-based artist is among the first wave of a new generation of artists—those raised on the internet, new technologies, and with a visual sensibility to match—establishing an international gallery reputation. Loesch’s own contribution to these debates is little short of extraordinary. Whether opening up the image plane to new perspectives in his ongoing sculptural series called Memory Sticks, exploring the mechanisms of printed media in his Gradients series, or launching a semiotic attack on digital antiquity with playfully sized SD cards, Loesch’s carefully balanced nods to classical Minimalism—think Donald Judd and Dan Flavin—have earned him exhibitions everywhere from Berlin to Los Angeles, including current exhibitions at Dittrich & Schlechtriem Berlin and PM/AM London.
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