rgb3000: Ralph Schulz

Abstract: is a endless virtual canvas waiting to be filled by anyone who visits the website. There is no registration, no censorship, no rules. Once a drawing is saved to the canvas it cannot be removed anymore and will be visible forever. superfreedraw is offering what the internet is lacking. A free space for everyone and everything. A written statement or a drawing. Anything is possible. superfreedraw is soon going to be the biggest continious drawing world wide. superfreedraw is a social experiment. How will users behave in this open space without regulations? Will there be destruction or collaboration? superfreedraw is a open art project that enables people to communicate in a non verbal visual form. It helps to overcome language barriers and encourages creative forms of expression.

Ralph Schulz was born 1980. Leaving school in year 2000 he worked for one year in a backery in Tuxtla Gutierez, Mexico. Returning from Mexico he started studying information technology at the Technical Univerity in Dresden. Bored by the pure theory he changed to study photography at the Folkwang Hochschule. There he joined the class of Professor Jörg Sasse and later of Professor Christopher Muller. In 2008 Ralph Schulz founded as a platform for his own online art projects. scholarships: 2008 – 2009 DAAD scholar at Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China 2007 Erasmus scholarship at Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallin, Estland exhibitions: exhibitions 2009 Pixelprojekt Ruhrgebiet Neuaufnahmen 2008/2009, Wissenschaftspark Gelsenkirchen 2008 contemporary art ruhr, Kokerei Zeche Zollverein, Essen Räume – Bildräume, Bürgermeisterhaus, Essen tease art fair – issue#02, RheinTriadem, Cologne 2007 Sichtwerk 07, Universität Duisburg-Essen projekt hartmut nr07, Essen 2006 Sehwege, Kunstverein Oldenburg photokina, Cologne, within the Deutscher Jugendfotopreis award Sichtwerk 06, Universität Duisburg-Essen.