CONSTANTIN LUSER'S spontaneous drawings represent records from bodies of thought, which are developed on paper or created on the wall, directly, by near coincidence. These drawings resemble construction plans of an industrial product designed on a computer. Individual details are highlighted in small sketches on the side – details appear virtually „clicked“. Therefore, the beholder receives additional information - he zooms into the micro and macro structures. Labels lead on to further levels of association.
Luser's installations illustrate the translations of drawings into space. The drawing turns into the actual construction plan. Constantin Luser creates a parallel world, where the parameters have been shifted and the imaginary functionality of the construed becomes the focus – not the technical one, as with an industrial product.
Constantin Luser takes a critical look at media art and refers to the correlations between art, society, and industry. He has invited his friends NIKOLAUS GANSTERER und JEAN-CLAUDE FREYMOND-GUTH to join the exhibition with their own work. The exhibition is devised as an open system, which incessantly reinvents itself inside the gallery. The various point-of-views, approaches, and media converge as the artists, hereby, react to encounters with spectators.