»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse
»Grids« by Lara Hies, Hesse Class, Prof. Klaus Hesse

»Grids« von Lara Hies @2016

Starting from the picture format, the picture surface has not only an external form but also an inner one.  

The grid is necessarily formed by a continuation of the external edges extending inwards and/or by a reproduction of the surface itself (in miniature). Between grid lines and box patterns, the grid is at the same time a technical aid and the picture theme itself. The grid serves as a structural form that can carry and show rhythm, repetition, infinity, and so on. 

The work plays with this very flexible form, which is open to a possible ever-further and will probably never exhaust itself as a structure.