Flug zum Mond
Flight to the Moon by Michael Krebber (1954, Cologne) comprised an installation with a small table surrounded by drawings on the floor spread out in a circle, with paintings forming a semicircle around them, and triangular frames completing this circle. Krebber was a student of Georg Baselitz, but close to Martin Kippenberger and Albert Oehlen. His work ponders the conditions for receiving and evaluating painting. Each of his works is a reevaluation of the one before it, which he compares and contrasts within the framework of art history. While he seeks to transcribe his imagination, or even to draw visions from it, Krebber is mainly interested in exploring the artist’s working conditions and defining his movements.