Klaus Berends is an artist who combines in his work (and even more in his personal attitude) four major elements which allow him to discover the right orientation of creativity: curiosity, observation, experimenting and imagination.
Berends is creative on different media, although he combines some techniques because each of them alone sometimes are coming too short to answer his creative restlessness.
One night, Klaus furtively and risking his own life, came aboard the American Star and lit up the entire wreck with spots and a generator that he towed into the ship. He invited the press and other artists as witnesses to his bold enterprise.
With his sculptural concept "Air Reserves", Klaus gave another twist to his personal crusade to make us sensitive to the risks of our global and universal biosphere.
Some artists, like Klaus Berends, have picked up the banner of the artistic domain in such a manner that we might ask ourselves if we are in front of Art of Science or Science of Art.
(Text: translated resumé of the original "¿Cuánta Cuántica nos queda de vida?" from Fernando Galan - Editor & Director - Caracas 15, 7º. 28010 Madrid. Spain.: + (34) 91 - 715 82 93 - www.art-es.es)