A particular focus of Johannes Bendzulla's artistic work lies in its multifaceted examination of our digitally overformed present. In his works, digital simulations appear on an equal footing with their "original" counterparts, thus evoking a state in which the distinction between reality and simulation no longer seems to make sense.
In addition, Bendzulla is intensely concerned with the social significance of being an artist and the often little-noticed problematic aspects of artistic creativity.
His works are often in a state of limbo between affirmation and criticism, which triggers a variety of cognitive dissonances in the viewer. Art here is a game with ambivalences, in which clear assertions are set aside in favor of a higher complexity. There is a constant emphatic attitude running through Bendzulla's work, which is accompanied by a fine sense of humor.