Plickat counts among Germany's most recognized sculptors internationally. Initially figurative in his art, his vocabulary changed after 1985 to become more abstract and cubic, though the human figure is often still discernible. Corten steel, and sometimes bronze, has been his main material of choice since 2000.
Born 1954 in Hamburg, in 1982 he received Diploma in Sculpture. Visiting professor at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid and Faculty of Arts, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Guest lecturer at China National Academy of Art, Hangzhou and Tsinghua University Beijing. Held over 320 exhibitions worldwide, more than 90 sculptures are exhibited in public spaces in ten countries of four continents, has participated in NordArt since 1999.
The work consists of three simple bodies that are connected to each other in such a way that a dynamic upward movement from horizontal to vertical is created. A block, a cube and a section of a circle are sufficient to create the impression of movement. The slightly offset arrangement and the implied rotation in the vertical form the basis of the dynamics.