Alexander Schellow is a contemporary artist living and working in Berlin.
Since 1999, he practices drawing from memory reconstruction.From this context result work, space research, development, installations, performance work for theater, lectures and animations finally – since 2002, numerous collaborations in the scientific and artistic field.
The series spots consists of animation films, each 3 seconds in duration. They depict movement sequences from everyday situations. Each sequence consists (with slight variation) of 36 drawings. Of these, each drawing is realized independent of the other as a reconstruction from memory. The films appear and disappear subconsciously permeating perception as a principally flexible form.
Within 3 seconds, perceived as a duration of a “present”, time is in a kind of limbo. The practice of drawing along with its result, the film, specify in unceasing repetition a unit within the temporal discontinuity, a linearity in a mesh of fragments.
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