In his works Patric Sandri explores the medial and formal conditions of painting, space and sculpture, with which he explores the discourse of perception and seeing, and the references between art and design. Each work begins with a systemic principle defined by the artist. Based on the spatial conditions, he defines the relationship of the central recurring components of his works to each other – wood, canvas, and the primary colours yellow, red, blue – in every detail of the execution up to positioning in the room. This results in works that are on the one hand monochrome paintings, but can also be understood as sculptural wall elements. The special neon pigmentation chosen by the artist – neon pigments are larger than other colour pigments and therefore create a real luminosity of their own – they form a colorfield that opens up another level of objecthood.