In the works of Nils Peters (*1972) painting meets collage and material assemblage and combines to form a visual language of its own. Word fragments form something meaningful and can at the same time be experienced as an aesthetic device in its own right. He arranges surreal absurdities into a coherent whole. His works have already been exhibited in numerous galleries (London, Mumbai, Milan, Berlin, Graz, Innsbruck, Cologne, Hamburg,...etc.) and at various art fairs (Brussels, Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Innsbruck,...). One of his works was published in the US art magazine "Artbook Milwaukee".
In his work he incorporates collage elements from everyday life. From old paper bags to kitty litter, tar, sheets, scraps of newspaper… “The materials have to be warm!” says Peters. He avoids synthetic materials and plastic. For his rather large-format works, he mainly uses acrylic paints.