Thomas Joller lives and works near Zurich. What connects us and what separates us are central questions in his work. He is interested in the breaking points that arise, the fragility of relationships and the relationship to one another. He is confronted with these topics directly when working in the studio. His plaster work is very fragile and his work processes require the highest level of attentiveness and a disciplined approach. If he is not focused for a moment, the work is damaged and often destroyed. A new beginning is inevitable. Failing and trying again are part of the creative process.
Thomas Joller lives and works near Zurich. What connects us and what separates us are central questions in his work. He is interested in the breaking points that arise, the fragility of relationships and the relationship to one another. He is confronted with these topics directly when working in the studio. His plaster work is very fragile and his work processes require the highest level of attentiveness and a disciplined approach. If he is not focused for a moment, the work is damaged and often destroyed. A new beginning is inevitable. Failing and trying again are part of the creative process.

brechen VIII, 2021

Plaster, dye ink, jute, plywood
48 ✕ 33 x 3 cm

brechen IX, 2021

Plaster, dye ink, jute, plywood
48 ✕ 33 x 3 cm

brechen VII, 2019

Plaster, dye ink, jute, plywood
67 ✕ 57.5 x 1.5 cm

treiben VII, 2017

Plaster, jute
38 ✕ 25 x 24 cm

treiben II, 2016

Plaster, jute, newspaper
58 ✕ 53 x 50 cm

halten III, 2016

Plaster, dye ink, jute
46 ✕ 35 x 6 cm

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www.thomasjoller.com