Nothing Ever Happens Here
Summerhall Festival - The Dissection Room
Christian Löffler's art is heavily inspired by his environment. He lives and works, both as a painter and musician, in the remote Darss Peninsula in Germany's north-east and his atelier can be found within a rustic log cabin surrounded by overgrown wilderness overlooking the Baltic Sea. The area has provided him with the solitude necessary for his highly introspective work, while at the same time influencing him via its rugged landscapes in a continuous creative dialogue between artist and nature. This bucolic seclusion, tranquil by nature and intense in nature, has defined Löffler's body of work.