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Inge Jakobsen
Inge Jakobsen

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Aus einer Rede von Kunsthistorikerin Brigitte Klebac:

 

„Inge Jakobsen möchte in ihren Bildern unter Einbeziehung von unterschiedlichen Farbkontrasten und einem vielgestaltigen Formenvokabular solche Gegensätze wie Malerisches und formale Strenge, Leidenschaft und kontrollierte Reflexion zu einer harmonischen Einheit bringen.

 

Mit großer Bedachtsamkeit entwickelt sie ein Wechselspiel von farbigen Flächen, Formen und imaginären Räumen, die in ihrer Gestaltung und dynamischen Ausrichtung von vibrierender Schwingung und energetischer Bewegung erfüllt sind.

 

Dabei gelingen ihr leuchtende Bilder von vitaler und sinnlicher Intensität.“

 

Brigitte Klebac

 

 

 

"Daß die Tusche-Arbeiten von Inge Jakobsen nicht nur Ergebnisse einer improvisierenden, spontanen malerischen Gestik sind, beweist auch ein Blick in die umfangreichen Arbeitsbücher der Künstlerin. Sie bilden eine Ideenwerkstatt von verblüffendem Reichtum der Erfindung. In unzähligen kleinformatigen Bleistiftszeichnungen klärt Inge Jakobsen ihre Bildvorstellungen. Sie beweisen vor allem, dass die Malerin stets von Natureindrucken ausgeht, die ihre Arbeit- nach ihren eigenen Worten- eine größere Freiheit der Gestaltung ermöglichen.

Viele dieser Zeichnungen rufen Assoziationen an Architektur und an Landschaften hervor und tatsächlich finden wir diese Assoziationen auch in den Tuschebildern der Künstlerin wieder- die an das Gebaute von Architektur und an das Horizontal-Gebreitete von Landschaften denken lassen."

 

Rudolf Härtl

 

 

Extracts:

 

“If you go into the artists way of thinking and into her process of creation you will find a very sensitive and various working field. Inge Jakobsens many working books show that she investigates nature and its phenomenens, especially its extreme contrasts, very closely. In the concentration on the main subjects, she found an individual and radical abstraction and reduction. In this way her pictures are born as inner reflections in forms and colour on the outside world.”

 

Brigitte Eva Klebac

 

Painters diary 

 

Life. The necessity of doing. Bending over, facing the surface of the picture like a trying field, approaching to put brush to surface, going in one direction, changing until forms appear, relating to new forms, creating tensions. Carefully paying attention to the negative forms until the composition appears as a whole. Waiting, testing. Nothing comes in between. In a soundless, empty space with no air, only driven by this need, deciding, yet not changing.

Left, right, up or down, tension or harmony, movement or rest, space or surface, born in silence, forms appear and speak. Sentences coming from the own laws of the picture. Compositions in movement, flying, sometimes quietly resting, carrying and holding on. Every form has its own character acting in its surroundings. Elements are broken up, cut up violently, ruthlessly. Others become restrained, restricted and inapproachable. The colour black is like life itself, warm as the earth or cool as a shadow. The colour white is light, space, the huge nothingness that everything strives towards. It reveals the background and yet becomes concrete form, glowing.

 

My pictures are posed questions to life, referring to the major themes of being af human being. The image language is close to natures circles including human behaviour. The grammatics I use is geometry, as an intention to express the maximum through a minimum, and formally referring to the geometric size of a painting. Through the years, starting with white and black, I have been developing geometric forms that are parts of a personal and formal universe, in which form is given allegorical potential in the picture. My painting is not illustrative or illusionary but to me a painting should carry an inner mystery and this is what a painting can do: Express emotions, impressions, in colour and shape without having to rebuild reality. Like music it can open a world which can not be expressed in words.

 

The flight and fall of Icaros has been assisting me during this year as it is the story of reaching higher and end up failing, falling until the final destruction. Inspite of Icaros destany it is also the story of the fire that gives life, that inspires and create dreams.

 

My painting is not illustrative or illusionary but to me a painting should carry an inner mystery and this is what a painting can do: Express emotions, impressions, in colour and shape without having to rebuild reality. Like music it can open a world which can not be expressed in words.

 

 

Inge Jakobsen, 2009

 

 

 

 

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