There is the object and it leaves a mark, an indentation.
The mark is an indentation, it changes the surface. We only see what happens deep down through what follows from it. The mark has consequences. Marks are generated by our movements, themselves increasingly defined by the events in the depths.
What you see here is an ideal of humanity and not a fragmented torso. You can take up residence there. Peacefully. Like a curled-up animal. Imitation has been sacrificed to this sculpture, the starting point abandoned, the heart stops beating against the white, punctured day. This sculpture is an ideal, it goes to meet the morning. The magnificence of gesture, that does too – the flat, white body before us has to do with Classicism.
Hans Fischer consummates the magic of Antiquity. And right before you stands a modelled form, a prayer figure, made like a veto. A sculpture.
Gila Stozenfuß, München
Public and Private Collections
Museum Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg
Museum der Stadt Passau
Museum der Stadt Landshut
Peter Nickl, München
Rudolf Strasser, München
Enrico Donati, Brecia
1957 born Bruckmühl, Niederbayern
1978-80 apprenticeship at Jörg von Manz
1980-82 practicing in different potteries in Germany, Italy
1983 own pottery with Maria Fischer in Passau
1985 starting with exhibitions, for. Ex.
Deutsche Keramik, Japan 2000- 2002
Stiftung Keramion, Frechen 2002
Kunstverein Passau 2003
Symposium Gmunden 2003, with exh. in Keramikmuseum Grimmerhus, Middelfart and Europäisches Industriemuseum, Selb-Plößberg
Premio Faenza 2005, targa della Regione Emiglia-Romagna
Intonation (2005) Deidesheimer Kunsttage
Kunstverein Burghausen , Kunstforum Solothurn 2007
Exempla München 2010
Haus 10 Fürstenfeldbruck , mit Ch. Möller 2011
Neue Galerie Landshut mit P. Köppl 2012
Chordonhaus Cham 2013
Intonation Deidesheim 2014
Galerie Metzger 2015