Andreas Hachulla

'Arty crowd at HumAin groupexhibition in Berlin Kreuzberg on April 22nd 2023'
90x60 cm
Digital Collage as Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle German Etching

The scenery shown in this work tries to anticipate the opening evening at this special location using current techniques including 3D Modeling, Rendering, Digital Drawing, AI-generated or manipulated images.

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    About the artist

    Andreas Hachulla was born in Leipzig in 1980. From 2000-2007 he studied architecture at the TU Darmstadt.
    *In retrospect, his decision for the "First of the Arts" seems to be groundbreaking for his creativity - especially considering the fact that ancient architecture was based on sound intervals, i.e. music. Hachulla's movements are significantly influenced by the dawning of the East and above all the hunt for a certain sound. Music also offered him orientation in the years after reunification, which were full of errors. To this day he is an active member of the techno and metal scene.

    About ten years ago, the then employee of an architecture office could be seen in Berlin and Leipzig nightlife with a tablet, which he used as a drawing surface and telephone. A reminiscence that, from his current perspective, he classifies as an expression of the eccentricity of the time. An exuberant epoch that will probably forever be considered the last round "before Corona". On the occasion of the 11th birthday of the legendary Berlin club Berghain, in which, as is well known, photography is forbidden, then the creative switch: drawing on the phone. With stylus and pen. Hachulla uploaded the images to Instagram, and a kind of Online Pop Art Studio emerged, a chronology of places that partly no longer exist today.

    It is thanks to his "line" that Hachulla's drawings do not have a mere documentary character. He has been drawing since childhood. He used and understood pencil, eraser plate and watercolor paints, but he also used oil painting and wooden sculptures as a means of expression. (...)
    He condenses the strokes made with a digital pen into layers so that they create an optical and semantic depth - similar to glaze painting. But it's not just the painterly technical depth of his drawings that makes you feel like you have to take a deep breath before diving into them.*
    Andreas Hachulla lives and works as an architect and freelance artist in Berlin.
    *Text excerpts - Hannah Becker