Bodo Morawe
The work of art as a palimpsest.

Markus Döhne,
Valencia 2008

[...] At the same time, speaking with Brecht, he posesses the list of a political citizen which is required in order to not only recognize the truth, but also to spread it. [...] The left melancholy is alien to him. [...] For, he has a clear political and historical consciousness. His Green Screens are [...] a sure sign for that. As soon as the winds blow, why should the artist hesitate to put an all-weather sail for his contemporaries. Since the political climate — or shall we say bluntly: the era — denies this for the time being, he makes us one of sticks and tarpaulin.