Rock on Ice

Willi Weiner, 2010
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    Willi Weiner does not focus on mass, but on the skin, the outer layer that envelops solids. He welds Corten steel into thin-walled hollow bodies that approximate architectural forms and can delineate the hardest and the softest of shapes, including mountains, grottos and water. Weiner’s metal objects have a painterly, "soft" character. Tightly knit narratives form the very core of these airy shapes. They encapsulate stories as well as history. – Jens Kräubig
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