Michael Kienzer’s works oscillate between site-specific installation and autonomous sculpture. In the Minorite Church in Krems, he spanned oversized poles across the space; while in Zug, he entered into a dialogue between the architecture of the local art museum and Fritz Wotruba’s Large Sculpture. In their play with gravity, statics, balance, and casualness, his sculptures are both fascinating and irritating and serve as documents of his rich sculptural vocabulary.
The book was published on the occasion of the exhibitions Michael Kienzer. Lose Dichte at Gerhard-Marcks-Haus, Bremen (02.07–12.11.2017) and Michael Kienzer. Lärm und Linien at Kunsthaus Zug (02.09–05.11.2017).
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