Oliver Neumann lives and works in Jerusalem but his visual sentiments are rooted in American and European pop culture. 

Confronted with the dreary Duchampian legacy of having the tiniest gesture claiming to be art ( as long as it is not painting) put under the intellectual  magnifying glass of long winded and often pompous exegesis he became interested in comics which seemed at the time a credible way out to combine his interests in literature anddrawing. The last three years he has been working on a project titled “ AN EXCRESCENCE OF DIVINE PROCACITY” , a book with drawings that straddles the borders between the figurative and the abstract and deals with his interest in things whose existence can be neither proven nor disproven, like extraterrestrials or God.