Born in Zurich, Switzerland, September 7th, 1965. Educated in painting by Paul Eichenberger (1976 – 1978). Self-taught continuing education. Independent artist since 1989.
The Nebula of Perception
When we perceive something we attend to it and receive an impression. But is perception fixed? Can perception be altered? How can a detailed experience of the visual deconstruction and reconstruction of flow, depth and color change the way the eye perceives detail? How does juxtaposition alter what is perceived? By visually deconstructing and reconstructing form and content, juxtaposition of color, changes in flow, and the expansion of stroke (the basic building block of all drawing) from line to interconnection and then into process, the works of Titus challenge the sight and lead the mind to larger questions about energy, natural forms and the presumptions of initial perception.
A web browser based drawing application project, created by Titus. You draw a line and it disappears after a timespan you define. Fadepad allows you to draw in a way that is not possible in the analog world. You can improvise animation.
Fadepad was chosen as digital project of the month by the Swiss art magazine Kunstbulletin.
Titus’s profile on Sikart, the biographical online lexicon of art in Switzerland.
A democratic art documentation and presentation project: You upload your most important artwork of the past year to the Musealia site. You will be invited to comment on your work, when it is projected on a wall as slide in any art institution in your country.