WOL75 (aka Jasper (Wol) Wolters, examines the relationship between identity and society, which he wraps into his own surreal world. , which he wraps into his own surreal world. Power, control or manipulation are always part of his artwork. WOL75: “My work is a research into the influence of society on my own identity and on the identity of others, based on emotions and learned behaviour. It fascinates me and it is something that I have always been studying. My artworks reflect the meaning behind our actions and offers a second view to the audience on day to day actions.” He allows the viewer to immerse himself in the artwork. You literally get a glimpse of the story. And if you look more closely, you will see more details in the artwork. Jasper Wolters: “One piece of art does not tell you the whole story, the storyline continues into the various artworks. Just like in life.”
Intensity characterizes the art of WOL75 with a distinctive visual language. The work of WOL75 has visual influences of street art (urban art), surreal art, game art, comic and lowbrow art. The visual language of his art consists of illustrated elements of human, organic forms and mechanical elements that he combines in one work of art. WOL75: “Somethings the artworks look like a production still.”
The Methods WOL75 uses.
The art of WOL75 has a distinctive visual language, consisting of drawn collages and photomontages, in which he combines human, animal and organic forms with (bio)mechanical elements. He photographs objects and human postures that are loaded into the computer. Mostly he photographs people who are close to him and uses t hem as a mold. He draws over the images at his Wacom Cintiq high-quality drawing tablet and makes a total new image out of it. Eventually he combines all the individual elements/images and incorporates into one new artwork.