Moritz’s works predominantly with oil colors on canvas. In his current work, he uses different layers overlapping in one painting. For example, geometric patterns are imposed on realistic motives such as portraits or landscapes. The basic motive is painted in a realistic style, but through the imposition of another pattern, the motive becomes abstracted in style and meaning. One layer reinforces, distorts, or modifies the perspective on the other layer and vice versa. The possible ways of looking at the paintings are multiplied.