Against the background of his technically oriented education it is not surprising that technology turns out to be a core element of his artistic work. Combined with his keen interest in environmental issues and a conviction of the importance of movement and progress Dominik creates sculptures and images which strongly appeal to the spectator, challenging their views on topics like religion, nature or environmental pollution. Many of his art works invite the spectator to overcome the distance and to become part of the creative process.
Broadening the perspective is important for Dominik both in his work and in his life. Always open for new impressions he likes travelling around the world or strolling through the streets of the city. Sometimes he gains inspiration by silence or sound, then again by words or images.Dominik enjoys expressing himself in various ways, working with physical material such as hardware components and floppy disks but also embracing more abstract means of expression like computer graphics or sounds. New techniques are most welcome to him - as long as they are in line with his principles. From his point of view, art must not produce any additional waste but rather ought to contribute to the reduction of environmental pollution. Therefore, upcycling remains one of Dominik’s favourite methods for creating art. Text by Yasmin Schwetz