Moritz Green’s mixture of his graffiti roots with graphic and fine art is compelling. His artworks still carry the roots of his urban experiences, but they are no longer directly connected to letters. Instead of letters the artist uses linear, hard-edged and precisely painted shapes that are sometimes interrupted by organic and dynamic forms.
Since his childhood the artist is fascinated with space, planets and orbital spheres. This is a thread that runs through his oeuvre. The concept of his latest works another process of reduction to the very essence: colour, lines and shapes. Even though the artist reduced the artistic language to the essential, his graffiti roots stay connected to his creativity.