The exhibition Writing in Transition can be interpreted on several levels, two of which are significant in this series. On the one hand the title of the exhibition reveals an upheaval in Furger’s creation process, where he dares to change his approach of creating art. This time the paintings are not only based on a narrative or a specific concept of thought, but on a certain intuitive and internal guidance. The artist ventures to develop colours and forms resulting from the gesture. „From creation, something new emerges“ he describes his experience.
On the other hand the paintings dive deeper into to the suspenseful interplay between text and image. There is neither a clear tag, nor an explicit word to look at or to decipher. The artist wants to engage the viewer to activate his visual sense and take a closer look at the pieces. In contrary to the flashy and contrasting colours usual in graffiti, this series is accompanied with a more clam, earthy and pastel colour palette. The focus is on the multi-layered nature of his buffing as well as the subconscious work with paint, solvents and wipe marks.