Galeria Carles Taché

Wilhelm Mundt

Grevenbroich, Germany, 1959.
The work by Wilhelm Mundt is incessantly searching for a new visual form. His sculptures, with polished surface and colored with industrial pigments, have an amorphous appearance. Despite their organic physiognomy it is difficult to associate them with something that dwells in our context. Mundt creates artistic objects that are not referenced, so any association between them and the reality is closer to mystery than to concreteness.

Trashstone 462, 2009
Fibre of glass and polyester
23 x 23 x 22 cm.

Trashstone 429, 2008
Fibre of glass and polyester
93 x 112 x 166