»The term »Standart« designates a method for the making of information products whereby the techniques of production are rendered describable and processes can thus be technically determined. The method as well as the product of its real and imaginary existence is called Standart. (…) One may generally say that every visually-existential phenomenon, if it has been comprehensively perceived, is a Standart. Therefore, conventionalized images may one day also be treated as Standarts. The speeds of perception here lie in the multiplicity of illusionist details.«

A.R. Penck, 1970/71

»I get my facts from books, stuff on atomisers, the blues, ethyl alcohol, geese in the Egyptian style … I put what I like from them in my paintings. I do not take responsibility for my facts. They exist without me.«

Jean-Michel Basquiat, 1986

Bildrechte: VG Bild Kunst, Bonn 2014 Foto: Tobias Roch, Hagen Bildrechte: Calder Foundation New York / Foto Stiftung Lehmbruck Museum Bildrechte: gemeinfrei, Foto: Peter Hinschläger

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