In the crossroads between art and life.
A few meters from Prenzlauer Berg; a focal point of the Berlin art scene; hosts the live/work studio of artist Aaron Scheer. Here, he visualises his digital paintings, mostly made by selecting an accumulation images sourced online, which the artist then abstracts on his computer. “My work is really a process, its core”, Scheer mentions. At the age of 17, the artist visited the Hamburger Bahnhof with his father, who was an abstract expressionist painter- emphasising this moment as a marking memory for him, and one of the incentives of moving to this city. Living and working in the same space has given him a freedom to explore the online at any instant (sometimes in the middle of the night), giving him an unlimited access to developing a creative flow. As he recalls “I always tend to be someone who doesn’t really differ between work and life. I’m very driven”