Candy-Colored Resin Floods German Museum

Peter Zimmermann‘s latest installation occupies 1400 square feet of floor space at the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg Germany called “Freiburg School”. The painter’s first solo exhibition in his hometown brings an immersive experience where viewers can step, feel, and sit on what looks like candy-colored puddles made of multi-layered resin providing a fitting welcome to a new series of oil paintings by Zimmermann. Each visitor unknowingly takes part in becoming part of the art as each scuff and scratch from their shoes resemble a brush stroke on the ever-changing epoxy surface. The installation will be available through June 19th, 2016.

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