“Jean-Daniel Rohrer’s paintings are like memory maps. They are never caught up in a specific moment in time. Instead Rohrer plays on the ambiguity of memory, and of history, or our collective memory. He works outwards from the centre of his canvas, gradually building a surface that carries a lot of potential meaning. The canvas surface is a field, and it has markings – letters – stencil marks – directional markers – photo and text images.” John K. Grande, author and art critic.