“Nature, the city and everyday life”
Erik Mayer is a young artist, art director, curator, organizer of Slovak origin. Part of the Munich artist collective Broke.Today. Already established in the Munich art scene, he is now testing his techniques on wall, canvas and paper.
His inspiration comes from nature, the city and everyday life. In his works, he uses spray cans, oil and acrylic paint.
Erik begins his artistic process with abstraction and then searches for character in the color surfaces and forms. When working out the details, he consciously breaks with established norms and principles. He fuses animal and human anatomy with complex geometric and abstract forms and adds new dimensions to the existing world.
When designing the walls in the Munich abattoir area, he originally had the idea of using his art to remind us of the inseparability of humans and their natural environment.
The motif can unfold in different ways in front of the viewer in relation to the surroundings. This allows the viewer - you - to be seduced.