Frank Kenis

The silent works of Frank Kenis transcend the fundamental reality. They show both the exterior and the immaterial of things. The silence is suggestive and nourishes the imagination and narrative power of the viewer.

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Frank Kenis

The silent works of Frank Kenis transcend the fundamental reality. They show both the exterior and the immaterial of things. The silence is suggestive and nourishes the imagination and narrative power of the viewer.

(The paintings with their different layers of meaning raise more questions than they give answers, the viewer does not know exactly what happens in the images, it is elusive, and he remains despondently behind, and this despair encourages self-examination.)

The contextual vagueness of the characters, time and space create a mysterious atmosphere.

"In the first instance, I want to initiate an inner dialogue and enter into a dialogue with others. After all, art can move, touch and transport. She can tell us something about what we do not (yet) find words for. It offers recognition, comfort, a new perspective and can be an entrance gate through which sensitive themes can be discussed. They can be a gateway to reflection that indicates that reality is more complex than what we think we see, know or feel. In this way our perspective becomes broader and space is created in a different way looking at ourselves, the others, the world around us. "