Friedemann Heckel

Friedemann Heckel’s three-dimensional work combines sculptural and photographic elements. He puts found objects on display, positions and re-positions bodies, images, and language. His drawings take a strong aesthetic and intuitive approach, often using rests of previous drawings as well as found and fictive words. Characters become abstract forms and lead to quasi-narratives, sense and nonsense, a mixture of writing and drawing.

Friedemann Heckel (born in 1986) lives in Berlin.

Vase, 2015, Engraving on glass vase, 82 x 22 cm
Installation view, LET EM TEL, 2015, Galerie Thomas Fischer, Berlin
CERFEPTION, 2013, Drawing on paper, lacquered MDF, aluminium, 97 x 48 x 173 cm
TONGUE ADRIFT, TRANS LATE ASPECT, HASTY ADVISER, TRANS LOGIS TICS, 2015, Engraving on glass pane, pastel on paper, 65 x 50 cm
HASTY ADVISER, 2015, Engraving on glass pane, pastel on paper 65 x 50 cm
Untitled 2, 2014, Ink on paper, mounted on dibond, 31 x 43.3 cm
Installation view, LET EM TEL, 2015, Galerie Thomas Fischer, Berlin
Untitled 7 (Decay Housing), 2014, Ink on paper, mounted on dibond, 31 x 43.3 cm
I am Jesus Christ - risen from the dead, 2011, C-Print, Acrylic, Walker, Plaster 100 x 90 x 130 cm