Maxim Wakultschik’s art consists of mathematically precise and accurate constructions that create for- mal order from a chaos of independent elements. In his complex and multilayered objects he explores the interplay between light and shadow, surface structure and color vibration. Focusing on the effect of the reflexion of the ambient light results in oscillating variations of reality that constantly challenge us to a proactive approach. His works perpetually change as the slightest movement, the smallest alteration in perspective leads to stunning new impressions, turning his works into kinetic objects. The edges of reality and illusion are blurred and become flexible constructs of the individual, which constantly challenge us to push the boundaries of our perception.
Maxim Wakultschik was born in 1973 in Minsk, Belarus. He is a german object artist and studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 1992 to 2000 under Prof. Schiff and afterwards under Prof. Kounellis. Since then he is living and working as an independent artist in Düsseldorf.