In Albrecht Schnider’s process of image production, the creative act happens in the drawing and is followed by an analysis of the shapes. As an artist, Schnider therefore considers himself first and foremost a draughtsman. The repetitive and intuitive act of drawing has become a necessity and is exercised by the artist daily, with great continuity and diligence. In the artist’s quest for ever greater harmony and homogeny in his images, the act of drawing serves to intuitively and instinctively find and invent new shapes, which the artist collects in his pattern books to be analysed, measured and transferred into geometric schemes.

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