Supermassive black holes

This painting was created from two old, rusty circular saw blades that someone had thrown away, canvas, plaster bandages and acrylic paint. The dynamic of the circular saw blades, which were glued to the canvas and additionally secured over plaster bandages, is underlined by the colors, which show the heat-rich energy of different colored light that is created by the collision of the two black holes and is hurled out into space in swirls.
The swirls and colors captivate the viewer. They can dream themselves into space, into the creation of a new massive, highly active black hole from which there is no escape. Or is there?

2024, acrylic paint, plaster bandages, canvas, circular saw blades, 50 x 70 cm