'tracing transitions graphic art' at the walter knoll stand by 22quadrat
entrance of the walter knoll booth
the walter knoll stand at imm cologne 2013 stands out from the crowd with its outside walls covered in
energetic collections of strokes. osnabrück-based design team 22quadrat has implemented the concept
and installation with an aesthetic of line and colour stepped up on the inside: intense collections of lines
in vibrant curry give way to bold graphics – seen in iridescent petrol. the composition embraces and
intensifies the presentation, as well as offering space for individual interpretation.
'our figurative's carry within themselves the memories of [experienced] atmospheric views of products
by walter knoll. they create a smooth transition; via the 'everyday' into the fantastic. the works evoke
thoughts of spatial-architectural situations, interweaving with dynamic 'bridge notations', and thus
become abstract worlds, ideally activating the beholder’s imagination.'
entrance into the walter knoll world
detail of the spatial graphic
outside of the booth
a smooth transition into the fantastic
detail of the two colour graphic
the other side of the booth
thoughts of spatial-architectural situations
inside of the booth
from gaping spaces to intense the collections of line
dynamic "bridge notations"