Roland Spitzer perceives the human world as a flow, in which one swims and constantly orients oneself relative to existing forms. In his work, he tries to freeze this current, in such a way that a moment of standstill and reflection arises. Through research of form and context, Spitzer portrays the contrast between existing frames of reference and unknown forms. His work is in flux. It is a state of transition, whereby the form grows dim and the observer is confronted with something unknown.