Meyer   Riegger

Jan Zöller

Jan Zöller’s work reflects topics and reality experiences of a young artist. Perceived romantic or transfigured questions about the future, visions and career become guiding themes – devoid of irony. Visits to pubs and exhibition openings or the purchase of new shoes appear as motifs on painted canvases. Other works contain allegories of friendly collaboration or social experience: meeting someone at a bar, the sharing of a cigarette as well as traditional meeting places like public wells and …

Balancing on the potential of my ideas
Two sculptures divided by a drawing
Empty your pockets and change the direction
The less light there is, the more I see of you
Midnight movement
Forever under construction
Question of time
Empty pockets
It’s better to experience things, then to talk about them
Incoming output
Possibly there's a possibility that everything is possible
Another text on the wall
Installing a conceptual work on the closed gallery
Löcher im Versteck
This place belongs to us (forever)
Badebrunnen (hot summer)
Badebrunnen (imitation of functionality, at night)
Leaving the gallery when it rains
A good decision
Working on a dream
Pissed fountain
They asked me to build a fountain in the city where I live
My first dream when I was young
Sharing cigarettes with strangers at the bar
Imagine a sculpture as beautiful as a mountain
Possibly there's a possibility that everything is possible – in cooperation with Robert Grunenberg
Possibly there's a possibility that everything is possible
A ride a day doesn't keep any problem away
New shows, new shoes
Fountain (A) Wir hatten Steinschleudern und wussten, wann die Sonne untergeht
I will never get bored of this