From his vantage point in Zurich, Uwe Lewitzky takes a look at artistic questions through the lens of urban life and urban experience. While his cleverly-mad textual works are marked by a sense of formality in design, humour is the foundation of their content. In this way Lewitzky manages to create a productive confusion that enables free thinking and discernment. Writing as an art form has long been established as part of the artistic canon: from Lawrence Weiner to Rémy Zaugg artists explore and exhibit the potential of the painted word. Uwe Lewitzky’s works distinguish themselves by their individualistic aesthetic and a strong sense of irony.