The bizarre ones:
Norman Hildebrandt’s hand-drawn motifs show figures and creatures in grotesque situations and places.
These beings often have an intellectual and emotional entanglement that they know how to outshine through absurd ways of acting and appearing.
Human-animal metamorphoses as well as sexual transformations form a focal point in the draftsman’s work.
The abyss resonates in many drawings, even if it often only catches the eye at second glance.
The motifs are created on paper spontaneously and without preliminary studies.
Fine liners, permanent markers and colored pencils are used, as well as drawing ink with a brush and pen.
The enigmatic will fluoresce, the petting spine iridizes.
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*1982 / Offenbach (GER)
Lives and works in Offenbach am Main (GER)
Since 2013 participation and realization of numerous national and international exhibitions. Various literary texts for exhibition catalogs and openings. Since 2019 part of the board of directors of the AINEX Association (e.V.) Vienna.
2013 – 2022
TEACHING / JOBS
From 2018 to 2022, lecturer at the School for Fashion, Graphics, Design in Offenbach am Main.
2013-2019, teaching assignments for illustration at the University of Art and Design Offenbach am Main.
2013 scientific assistant at the B3 Biennale of the Moving Image at the University of Art and Design Offenbach.
2003 – 2013
2010-2013 Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Applied Arts Vienna.
2003-2010 Study of visual communication at the University of Art and Design Offenbach am Main.