The Reflector, Absorber and Radiator
The reflector is incoceivable without ist surroundings. It is not the centerpiece but rather part of a whole, because it receives its spirit and the continually changing appearance of its surface from without.
In spite of this changeability it possesses a unique, utterly unmistakeable character that constantly makes us aware of the relationship between the inner and the outer.
The radiance of the external world strikes the surface of
This image filtered by its own inwardness is only possible
The reflector is an installation, an object is its concentrated essence.
Wolfgang Robbe, 1990