13) Helmut Gsöllpointner

The round, 2003
Variable object, aerated concrete
Variable sizes

Max cube, 1993
Photo documentation
Alu-Dibond, 120 x 80 cm

Exhibition at MAK, 2003
Photo documentation
Alu-Dibond, 52,4 x 250 cm
Photographer: Manfred Schöller

Helmuth Gsöllpointner’s variable telescoping sculptures can be manipulated to expose their complex inner life. The metal sculptor has since the early 1970s been investigating the “formal inner logic” of three-dimensional objects. He thus sees his works as experiments that enable us “to realize and experience the unfolding of spatial dimensions.” (H. G.)

* 1933 in Vorderweißenbach/AT, lives and works in Linz

Location: OÖ Kulturquartier (13)

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