Alois Kronschlaeger, ‘Stainless Steel Cube (4 Space, Diagonal Axis)’, 2015, Peana Projects

About Alois Kronschlaeger

In his site-specific installations and sculptures, Alois Kronschlaeger reveals, as he writes, a “preoccupation with environment and light, as well as an interest in exploring time and space via geometry.” Light is a key component of many of Kronschlaeger’s works. In Spire (2011), for example, he filled three stories of an abandoned building in Michigan with a luminous, airy tower of wood and wire mesh, while for Gnomon Projections (1997-98) he crafted a sundial that mapped Earth’s orbit and atmospheric changes through a complex play of shadows and reflections.

Austrian, b. 1966, Grieskirchen, Austria, based in Brooklyn, New York

Group Shows on Artsy

2016
MARATHON, Peana Projects, NY
2015
Tabula Rasa, Galleria Ca' d'Oro, NEW YORK