Eder’s latest works take a fundamental look both at the potentials of color and sensory
perception, and the limits of traditional painting.
The starting point is always the challenge of how to cope with an area. The emerging interplay
allows contrasts betweencolor and non-color, area and line, shape and shapelessness to develop
into dynamicpicture arrangements, mostly in a square format.
In these works, the background is dominated mainly by contrasting black andgray stripes.