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A new era, a new situation, a new way of living give birth to new works of JoDD's 'Transformal Art' (detail of the first work of 2021)
At the end of 2020 JoDD started a new series with meditative works influenced by the reduced style of Jean Degottex - continued in 2021.
During the course of 2020, JoDD creates a new series of 12 works in the art form Art Brut, invented by French artist Jean Dubuffet, using graffiti and naïve art style.
JoDD von Schaffstein welcomes the new decade with his new works of 'Transformal Art'. Take a look at his current works.
The new 110-page catalogue presents an overview of JoDD's Transformal Art, Experimental Calligraphy & JoDDpopArtBerlin – click here to flip through the catalogue.
This year is a very special jubilee: 25 years ago JoDD von Schaffstein founded 'Transformal Art'. He is still creating works in this very unique style. Take a look at his current works.
In his 84-page book edited in 2014 and compiled by Prof. Dr. Dorothee Röseberg a poem by JoDD is reflected by one of his Transformal Work on every spread. (click to flip through)
In 2018, JoDD started creating a series of 'Transformal Art' works after poems by the great german/austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926).
In 2019, JoDD created a series of works on cardboard after the musical piece 'Nimrod' by the renowned english composer Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Tirelessly, JoDD yields his overflowing creative power into impressive large scale paintings. Take a look at his works of 2018.
JoDD's 'Pop Decollages' consist of ripped off posters from Kastanienallee at Prenzlauer Berg related to the inventor of the decollage, Mimmo Rotella, however with direct reference to Berlin.
In his studio 'ArtRaum Berlin' and his garden studio, JoDD creates numerous paintings year after year. Here you can see an excerpt of his works of the past year.
In a highly intuitive process these large scale works on cardboard are created with gouache, shellac and pencils marking respect to the chinese culture.
In his three-dimensional works JoDD von Schaffstein succeeds in conveying all his creative mastership to coarse, earthed sculptures.
JoDD has created each of these works on paper from the extensive series 'Time' while listening to the music piece 'Time' by Hans Zimmer.
During the past nearly a quarter of a century JoDD created several hundreds of paintings. Mostly large scale formats these works represent his unique Transformal Art movement.
In recent years five catalogues of JoDD's Transformal Art were printed. They provide an excellent overview of JoDD's portfolio.