social media artist

Helzle shows people with eyes closed in outer space, black and white. They act "quiet" as if they had taken a different reality. Reduced onto the face they are out of touch, feeling, grasping. Unlike the death mask, showing the unemotional face, we experience the traits of the people portrayed in contemplative attitude. Do not sleep. They stand or sit. Their features are disturbing awake, tense. more...

They look like works of spontaneous nature observation, as it was the artist managed to condense the perception of volatile and blissful nature experiences in blistering abstraction. The air itself seems to support the landscapes. Sunlight, so it seems as if penetrates through the dense fog and highlights the silhouette of a mountain, a forest from the off. more...

They look like works of spontaneous nature observation, as it was the artist managed to condense the perception of volatile and blissful nature experiences in blistering abstraction. The air itself seems to support the landscapes. Sunlight, so it seems as if penetrates through the dense fog and highlights the silhouette of a mountain, a forest from the off. more...

In Helzles Self Portraits missing the look in the mirror, self configuration seems hidden. Helzle refers to an ancient Indian wisdom: "What you see is what you is" and explored - self-testing - the world. Over a period of 365 days (from May 2010 to May 2011), the artist was trying to break away from the narcissistic self-image and to take his life - every image, every day is a different sensation, a new encounter. Noticeably, the immediacy of his perception. more...

Helzles series shows twelve women in an upright position, 60 x 80 cm, supposedly classical busts, larger than life. Landscape Photography alienated her calm features - as they have received a second face. Branches and bark equally fine veins frames her senses. more...

As mosaics seem the monumental murals of "Points of View", which Helzle developed in cooperation with the photographer Luca Siermann. They are also portraits. The body views of the models are created using 360-degree photography, body height divided into nine sections, each level arising in the orbit of the body nine shots at intervals of 40 degrees. The model stands on a turntable, the results are each 81 individual shots. more...