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Jack Strange 2007

Jack Strange 2007

Trophy II, 1969. Eckhard Schene

Trophy II, 1969. Eckhard Schene

Marseis (Phobos), 2008. Björn Dahlem

Marseis (Phobos), 2008. Björn Dahlem

Ebony and Ivory, 2009. Rice pudding and chocolate in toilets. Bert Rodriguez

Ebony and Ivory, 2009. Rice pudding and chocolate in toilets. Bert Rodriguez

Reticulárea. Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt)

Reticulárea. Gego (Gertrude Goldschmidt)

Stay III, 2012. 6mm Square Key Steel. Antony Gormley

Stay III, 2012. 6mm Square Key Steel. Antony Gormley

Haze, 2003. Stacked Clear Plastic Drinking Straws. Tara Donovan

Concavo-Convesso, 1946. Bruno Munari

At the end of the 1940s Bruno Munari created a work-environment. In a dark and possibly ‘white cube’-style room, light radiated through a piece of industrial metal mesh, folded according to a mathematical precept: a work Munari entitled Concave-convex. The object, moved only by air currents or the touch of the visitor, created moiré patterns not only within itself but – most importantly for Munari – cast a complex, dynamic and mutable image onto the walls. The object was a two-dimensional square, curved in such a manner as to become three-dimensional, and expanded to infinity through the shadows that were thrown into the surrounding environment, suggesting the notion of the curvature of space. The obvious relationship of this object with the principles of non-Euclidean geometry did not lessen the atmosphere of mystery that permeated the environment, created by a skilful juxtaposition of form and structure, shadow and light.

Trauma, 2007. Katja Strunz

Trauma, 2007. Katja Strunz