Gerd Rehme combines vibrant complementary colors with socio-critical collages. His abstract and figurative art addresses essential topics such as climate change and artificial intelligence, allowing for ample room for interpretation. Rehme employs materials like rusted iron, wood stains, and sand to evoke visual and tactile perceptions. He applies his colors powerfully using brushes, spatulas, or pouring techniques. After years as a self-taught artist, he is now studying painting at the Academy in Berlin under Ute Wöllmann, a master student of Georg Baselitz. Formerly a commercial photographer, Rehme has exhibited in Germany and internationally, including the Archive Art Museum in Beijing.