The photograph was taken within the vacant apartment of Frau Müller. Within these walls, remnants of her life persist in the form of old letters and a forgotten walking cane. Yet, I found inspiration in an unexpected place – the apartment’s charming GDR-era rose-patterned wallpaper. This relic of the past became a canvas for a new form of artistic expression, a gesture to preserve the essence of a space that is about to be lost during renovation.

The neon light serves as our guide into the abyss, illuminating the inner sanctum of the cut, allowing us a glimpse into the earthen chasm that lies beneath. Here, the ground is filled with dirt, an assemblage of secrets and stories buried underfoot.

Available fine art prints from Brian Bixby studio

Forbidden Colours #16
Forbidden Colours #18

Escape Artist #3


Escape Artist #4


Der Neue Mensch – Die Neue Welt

Curated by Brian Bixby & Jorg Brinkman


Post Physical Playgrounds

Curated by Brian Bixby & Jorg Brinkman

Coming Home

Curated by Brian Bixby


Curated by Brian Bixby & Jeffers Egan

Post Physical Playgrounds