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Bodo Niggemann is a former pediatrician, who - after having retired - focused on art again. He works and lives in Berlin.
His work can be categorized as “constructivism” since he favors geometrical and iterative forms. He enjoys combining many little components to create a new ensemble. Lately, he used medical materials as an incorporation of his medical history.
He’s been attracted to art since childhood, when his parents took him with them to many art exhibitions and museums. His interest in art awakened at the Documenta III in 1964 in Kassel.
His active stage started in 1971 with his “Kunst-Abitur”.
This LiTE-HAUS exhibition features the variability of his work over the last three years.
He is influenced by Victor Vasarely, Günter Frühtrunk, Gerhard Richter, Manuel Ros and others.