Dutch photographer Kuno Grommers (1946) captures the spatial dynamics of static phenomena with his camera. Subject to his work are abstract, geometrical shapes and large color fields in gravity-defying installations.
The calculative, illusive compositions rest on Grommers's innovative use of two important photographical fundaments: light and darkness. Corresponding to his photography, a selection of his three-dimensional oeuvre is on display in this solo exhibition as well.
These assemblages, a blend of paint and canvas in a sculptural manner, introduce different approaches to the mechanics of perspective.