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Get ready to dive into my brand-new website with a quote from the legendary Philip K. Dick: "How To Build A Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later!" It's the foundation of my Yellow Universe Project and the endless possibilities it holds. 


Artworks Overview
Gut Oggau Edition
A Soul to Squeeze
Rotor Graz Exhibition




System of beliefs: Artist Talk and Interview with Munchies Art Club Magazine

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By Dominique Foertig
Image by Ulrich Zinell

Artist Interview with Ernst Koslitsch by the Dominique Foertig and Founder of Munchies Art Club Magazine


Philip K. Dick, the creator of "How to Create a Universe That Doesn't Fall Apart Two Minutes Later," Blade Runner, or Minority Report, would be fascinated by Ernst Koslitsch's sculpture series "Yellow Universe."

The artwork creates a captivating world that combines real and fictional elements, artifacts that seem to come from another world, and transports the viewer into a mythological realm.

The yellow hue that serves as the foundation for the artwork is not coincidental. It refers to the yellow Doka panels commonly found on construction sites and serves as the material for most of his works.

artist interview with munchies art club magazine

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new sculpture now, by ulrich zinell and munchies art club
Ernst Koslitsch in his Studio Surounded with Sculptures from his Yellow Universe | Interview with Munchies Art Club Magazine | Image by Ulrich Zinell

Koslitsch categorizes his long-standing series of works under the term "Yellow Universe" and draws inspiration from prehistoric cave paintings depicting a variety of creatures.

The artist oscillates in his work between the creation of a myth (mythopoeia) and a myth as a lie (mythomania), with concepts of perception, conspiracy, manipulation, and deception at the core, as seen in stone carvings and cave paintings. His fascination with the mystery of the unexplained raises questions about the human construct and its beliefs.

contemporary artist and his studio wit wood sculpture and artworks Artist Studio | Ernst Koslitsch | Image Ulrich Zinell

Idols and companions of world builders, such as Philip K. Dick, explore reality in their work. Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, questions societal themes in his stories by creating worlds with new constructs that deviate from or even confirm our present existence.

With each work, Koslitsch adds something that captivates us and leads us further into the unknown.

ernst koslitsch photographed by ulrich zinell Magic and figurative sculpture the “Yellow Universe | Image by Ulrich Zinell

Mythology and the development of ideas and beliefs take center stage because it is only when we have something tangible that a form of reality comes alive, and belief manifests itself.

The yellow world that Koslitsch has created is an homage to cave paintings and prehistoric art, but at the same time, it is an experimental exploration of the nature of truth and reality.

His sculptures lead us into another world where we can question our own ideas and beliefs. Welcome to the Yellow Universe.

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