Holger Lippmann, between painting and programming
After a classical sculpture training, german artist Holger Lippmann has progressively turned into digital art, a field he's always exploring since 1994. His approach of digital art has been influenced by electronic music which had a great success when he begun towork on computer. Moreover he describes his creative process as a dance, kepping a big part of improvisation.
His creations, figurative or abstract, result from a play of colours and shapes composition in which we glimpse programmed rythmes and structures. There is a great diversity in this work, and we can clearly feel a testimony from the classical painting (some works remind the pointillism, other are close to De Stijl, or even the Op Art...).