Oil on Paper, mixed media
40 x 30 cm Framed.
The graphic forms in Bodo Korsig’s printed paintings and print-like sculptures hover at the edge of recognizability, like things flitting in and out of memory or a dream. Black and linear, like doodles or enigmatic emblems blown up to enormous scale, they may suggest bits of machinery, street trash or microscopic anatomical structures. Korsig, who views himself as a sculptor, makes his woodcuts as preparation for his sculptures and the same forms repeat across media.