Benjamin Bronni, w.t., 2010, 102 x 67 cm
In his drawings, paintings and sculptural objects, which are presented in an installative context Benjamin Bronni attempts to question the room. His precisely constructed paintings achieve stage-like features by means of colour- reduced geometrical formation placed on top of each other that positively turn into abstract image spaces. In return the image space seems to expand into the real space when Benjamin Bronni transfers the sharp-edged geometrical objects of his abstract picture world as a theatrical spatial object into the exhibition room. There they achieve as oversized and unstably appearing constructions, whose relationship in space varies depending on the viewer`s perspective and angle, an alarming but not placeable presence. Despite or rather because of their straightforward mathematical precision Benjamin Bronniís stage-like sceneries views and pictures issue an entirely unreal space; its desertedness attempts to stage the uncanny which is inherent in the geometrical worlds.