"In just a few moments, the Berlin-based writer, Dtango creates complex murals, which consist of a single continuous line
In this instance the wall is not just a picture surface, but also an action-site of artistic activity. Similar to Jackson Pollock's Action Painting, Dtango responds to bodily impulses. The controlled accident becomes an artistic actuality. This freedom allows Dtango an amazing intensity and directness, which stand out against the elaborately developed pieces of numerous writers." (Ingo Clauß) More than that, his self-constructed "Geräte" allow him to draw up to twelve parallel trajectories at the same time. Execution and effect of this temporally highly condensed, space-encompassing body-performances, remind one of the repetitive written-gestures of the painter Cy Twombly. Dtango remarks about his work: "I write figures and I paint writing. I am focused on the boundaries between writing and images. I use writing as genre, similar to the way that portraits, landscapes or nudes are conceived and executed. I instigate animation from something that is foreign to our writing." Since 2009, Dtango's pictures are a part of the permanent collection of the Cartier Foundation in Paris.