In the acrylic-glass works of Berlin artist Michael Laube (born 1955), colorful structures interact in sequences of stripes or rings. Space Reloaded provides insights into Laube's work of the last five years.
Published by Hatje Cantz. Edited by Ulrike Lehmann. Text by Martin Engler, Christoph Kivelitz.
The acrylic glass objects and installations of Berlin artist Michael Laube (born 1955) recede from full presence, as though still en route to the world. Acting prismatically upon the viewer, the breaks and reflections in Laube's glass constructions transform the spaces in which they are set into multidimensional occasions, almost confounding the distinction between object and reflection. This is the first monograph on Laube.