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Lohmann explores structures and colour effects in abstract art inspired by landscapes, cultures and metropolises. Since a work stay at China Academy of Art Hangzhou, she has transferred various light elements into her paintings. During her creative urges, Lohmann experiments with classical and recycled materials: Surface textures from old magazines, colour tapes, glass, fabrics and scetches recreate tactile objects.
What is it about your studio space that inspires you?
natural light, humans, travelling, cultures
What sounds, scents and sights do you encounter while in your studio?
musics, telephones, collegues, scetches, my recent artworks
What is your favourite material to work with? How has your use of it evolved throughout your practice?
colour, on paper or digital, creativity, thinking
What themes do you pursue?
experimenting with different lights, materials, form, colours, figures, abstract art
If you could only have one piece of art in your life, what would it be?
a big chinese ink painting
If you weren´t an artist, what would you be doing?
pilot, teaching, travellor, designer, architect, tourism field...
What are your favourite places besides your studio?
travelling the world
Artist Books for Everything, Weserburg, Museum für moderne Kunst, Bremen
Abstract Mind, CICA Museum, Seoul, South Korea
Kunst im Schaufenster (Altonale), Hamburg
Mori Museum in Minobu, Yamanashi, Japan
Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst Bremen
2006, Joseph Binder Award gold: Fiction / Junior, Wien, Österreich
2005, Auszeichnung best of unpublished german book design, Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz / Buchmesse Frankfurt
2005, Auszeichnung Input Output 08, Output Foundation, Amsterdam, Niederlande
1998-04 University of applied sciences, Mainz
2000/01 Erasmus: Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium
2006-12 University of Fine arts of Hamburg
Lohmann lectures at art and design academies in Asia (e.g. at Bejing Normal University Campus Zhuhai, China).