Marius Seidlitz’s artistic creations explore the complexity of self-identity and the questions that arise from it. Seidlitz’s multidimensional paintings rich with entangled bodies, hinted limbs and colourful curves fuelled by the tension between attraction and repulsion create a captivating visual experience for the viewer. Addressing topics such as beauty, perfection and seeking recognition from others with his skilfully shaped paintings of women with diverse bodies. His works are known for their expressive and dynamic quality, in addition to featuring women deliberately portrayed as imperfect. We live in a world where beauty standards are often restrictive, and he intends to celebrate diversity in all forms by reminding us that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Seidlitz’s works challenge conventional notions of beauty and perfection by embracing the complexities of the human form. His use of acrylic and spray paint allows him to explore the vulnerabilities and imperfections that make us uniquely human. Seidlitz rejects society’s narrow beauty standards by presenting his subjects in a raw and unfiltered manner, capturing the essence of what it means to be human—complex yet simultaneously simple and always in the process of becoming.