Delving into a girls world of fantasy and fairytale, Andrea Lehmanns Diamant Technik presents a dream-like adventure scene broadcasting both individual and collective desire. Sourcing her material from the internet, as well as her own imagination, Lehmann draws on the style of Japanese animation to encompass an exotic blend of kitsch naivet and hyper-real sophistication. Translated through painting, Lehmanns heroic tableau confuses the intimate and the monumental, creating a gushy sentimentality at odds with its computerised origins and awesome scale. Often basing her figures on her own likeness, Lehmanns paintings become virtual projections of psychological territories, authoring personal identity as alter ego, constructed through the mesmerising and precarious beauty of media saturation. Andrea Lehmanns figurative alter egos navigate precarious netherworlds where media and myth combine in fantastical landscapes described as ultramodern soul mirrors. Working in massive scale, Lehmann broadcasts individual fantasy as collective desire, authoring her escapism with ironic naivet mimicking the irrepressible jubilance of folk murals and Bollywood billboards.