Glas produces images with light. He builds light boxes with coloured cardboard, paper, grids and light structures which together project an image on the outside. The images are fusions of colour stains, shadows and blurred grids, creating an elusive image which does not actually exist. Glas is a researcher and experimenter who works on his images in a meticulous and methodical way, not knowing in advance to what it will lead. In his prints on paper, light and shadow also play a major role. Does it represent a lens through which you are looking, or is it a picture of a planet? They seem most like landscapes. They are cool and inscrutable. Like the light images, you do not know exactly what you are looking at and you can not really capture the image.
Sylan 02 2012 65 x 50 cm piezography on paper (3/5)
Sylan 12 2012 65 x 50 cm piezography on paper (1/5)
Sylan 14 2012 65 x 50 cm piezography on paper (1/5)
Sula 03 2012 65 x 50 cm piezography on paper (1/5)
z.t. 11 2011 63,5 cm x 77,5 cm mixed media
z.t. 13 2011 77,5 cm x 63,5 cm mixed media