essays by Siegfried Gohr, Thomas King, Friedrich Meschede
introduction by Rudi Fuchs
Hubert Kiecol’s sculptures are made of wood, concrete, steel and glass and usually take simple, generally comprehensible forms. He begins by establishing a shape, a very concise geometric configuration that precludes any further arbitrary aesthetic decision, and continues from there. In Kiecol’s artistic thinking, the works on paper occupy an important position whose significance consists in their standing on a relationship to the sculptures which is in equal measure independent and complementary. His drawings and graphics already assert their autonomy on the basis of their dimension and size, thus manifesting an independence from the sculptures. This title includes a bibliography plus a catalogue of the included works.