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The constructed surfaces and lines in Roman Lang's paintings (b. Neumarkt i. d. Oberpfalz, Germany, 1976; lives and works in Düsseldorf) yield a potentiated structured chaos. Suprematist tendencies are pervasive in his paintings. Lang’s painting transports you straight to a neoconstructivist 1980s party where Kazimir Malevich and El Lissitzky play the classic arcade game Tron on a flatscreen monitor set on its side. With an essay by Amely Deiss.