Her artistic approach is more therapeutic than artisanal. Through years of work with art therapy, the way of working is based on process orientation - on intuitive, therapeutic work - rather than on apparent aesthetics.
Getting lost in structures while creating, to find this world again through lined faces.
Without dream and intuition, nothing real can move. Figures rest between awakening and dissociation.
As personal and intimate as these processes may seem, their origins are just as little. After reading Nietzsche's "Geburt der Tragödie" she finally understood: In the best case, the supposed self-therapy is a touch of the protoplasm. Is merging in the ecstasy. That is the moment of art.
This clarified the question: Art was no longer hers. Her work can only work for everyone. With this knowledge, Anika Krbetschek made herself public and finally found a connection to the world.