Diet Sayler

… Movement then becomes important, not just in our physical responses to an image but also in our awareness of the passage of time. This sense of a past and a present is one which perhaps causes attachment to illusion as we move forward into the void of our as yet undefined future.
In our inner search the work of Diet Sayler offers us a point of departure, the element of chance in his work offering a sense of the infinite in parallel with the world in which we live. The freedom to choose and the way this begins to define our sense of identity become issues of fundamental importance as we seek to arrive at some sense of personal understanding. …

Waldo Balart
Madrid, 1998
Monograph "Diet Sayler, 1999