"my sculptural artistic practice could best be described as adherence to the concept of continual progress and change. Im deeply intrigued by the transformational qualities and possibilities of form, matter, and space. To highlight those interests, I try to create spatial situations that capture growth and change. Sculpture needs to exist in different spaces. it connects these spaces and has a kind of memory. To me the process of creating a sculpture might start in my studio, it might continue in the presentation of a work in an exhibition space, and it could continue to be alive in the mind, but its never a finished end product. There is always the chance of evolution, and it retains a part of all these environments."
Moritz Karweick (Witten, 1989) currently lives and works in Berlin and Düsseldorf. In March 2018 he graduated as a master student of Didier Vermeiren at Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf. His works have been shown in Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Museum Folkwang Essen (UG) and Kit – Kunst im Tunnel Düsseldorf.