Anselm Reyle works in painting, installation and sculpture. For his new show at Koenig Galerie, St. Agnes, the Berlin-based artist has created a spacial installation complete with kinetic sculptures and new paintings. Running until 4 June, Eight Miles High features three hanging sculptures that shimmer in the nave of St. Agnes – a rhombus, a circle, and a square. The starting point for these sculptures are geometric wind ornaments made out of metal, such as those found at the arts and crafts markets.
1. Anselm Reyle, Eight Miles High, 2017 installation shot. Koenig Galerie, St. Agnes.