Artist Lothar Götz's drawings are his reconstructions of imaginary architectural blueprints of buildings he has had a physical or emotional connection to. Here memories express their emotions through colour as well as shape and geometry and the work imbues the order of the blueprint with narrative and fantasy. His artworks are meant for the walls of interior spaces as well as for the outside of buildings. He creates expanses of vivid colour in strips or other geometric shapes. His minimalist designs are made especially for the spaces they occupy. He has had solo shows at The Economist, Chisenhale Gallery and Gasworks and numerous international projects in Hamburg and Santiago Compostela. More recently he completed a site specific commission for 'Platform for Art'.