Exhibition Linde Ludeña Sierra, St. Petri Kirche zu Lübeck

(top left)
Almut Linde
Dirty Minimal #7.1 Negative Minimal Cube Tree
Beech wood, 5 partes, each 110 x 150 x 150 cm, 1991

Applying the forms from Minimal Art leads to industrial process. The pre-supposed neutrality of the minimal form contrasts with the organic form of the material. The decision about where to place the cuts is not governed by artistic intention, but is dictated by industrial norms. In this dirty minimal series the natural shape has been reconstructed with the remains of the industrial process.



(top right)
Manuel Ludeña
Provisional Scaffolding Around an Ublique Pillar
Pine wood, 1047 x 145 x 245 cm, 1991

An ubliqze pillar of the chirch is straightend by a provisional scaffolding



(bottom)
Santiago Sierra
4 Cubic Containers Measuring 250 x 250 x 250 cm
Container hood, wood, 250 x 250 x 250 cm, 1991

The basic shape of Minimal Art is constructed with container hood.