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Two painter friends, René J Goffin (Kiel) and Michael Jäger (Cologne), worked on monotypes in Norbert Weber’s print shop during a week-long phase last summer. The workshop became a laboratory in which the close collaboration of three people involved in the “monotype experiment” on one and the same work led to unexpected results.

The process of working on a painting surface on which
paint does not adhere, in order to subsequently print the painting on paper, throws questions. Why does the artist not paint directly on a receptive material? What is the point of printing if only one print
can be made? Is it not the purpose of printing to duplicate templates?

The best information is provided by the work itself. The effect of monotypes is intense, their aesthetics incomparable.

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