The famous German duo Leipzig 'Doppeldenk' offers us a universe naive and always cynical where the game of colors strikes as much as it integrates in a geometry contained and explosive at the same time.
Doppeldenk creates a radically post-pop-art aesthetic at the borders of mangaisation and the '8-bit' culture of the 80s. The modernity of their formal aesthetics combines both primary flash colors taken in a minimal contructivist constraint. These iconic images borrowed from religion, politics, and pop culture all form portraits and scenes that go through Marcel Baer and Andreas Glauch's criticism and humor. They manage to manipulate as much as skin these themes thanks to rigorous technology almost robotics.
If they claim to be the descendants of George Orwell and his famous novel "1984" from which they get their name, Doppeldenk is indeed a duo of the current art scene.