In this painting, the landscape and architectural space is the central theme of the artistic debate. In this small oilpainting Christin Lutze transforms the space and the landscape into an independent figurative structure.
Neither the perspective nor the architectural constructs can exist in this way. She shifts viewpoints, distorts planes, deforms bars or reduces distances. Nevertheless, this painting looks real, theoretically the space is also accessible. Her special handling of light supports flatness or depth, reflects motifs or illuminates hidden corners. In her painting, light creates exactly what could not be so in reality.