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Berlin-based artist Matthias Bitzer (b. 1975) mines scientific and literary sources as points of departure for his works, ultimately arriving at his larger project: a visual network that bridges gaps in our perception of time and space. Weaving varied references, from Euclidean geometry to Emily Dickinson, into his drawings, paintings, sculptures, and multi-part installations, Bitzer produces works that carry a unique formal and conceptual language—one whose extensive sources collapse art historical narratives and bridge compositional divides.