To make art is to think and make others think

For Hermann Fuchs, the purpose of art is to provoke intellectual inquiries of the works. To this end, an artwork must lead the audience through emotion to the association and further to critical reflection. This succeeds through alienation or abstraction – through „peeling out“ the constituent elements of an object or their reinterpretation. That’s why digital imaging opens up for him great innovative possibilities 

In the digital world, he can create a variety of colours and forms that does not exist in the analogue world. This enables an aesthetic force that draws the viewer into a dialogue.