Movement from the start: Geometric pictorial formations that make the eye circle, kaleidoscopic reflective surfaces that throw the gaze back into the room as well as into one's own face, and fragile tubular steel sculptures that stretch voluminously and airily into the room at the same time and downright challenge one to walk around. Even the first glance casts a spell; perception does not stand still.
In Timo Nasseri's current exhibition, serial groups of works and ensembles from different work phases come together: In his paintings, precisely calculated, intense color patterns from a multitude of geometric forms leap into space.. The elegant curves of the tubular steel sculptures, however, turn out to be straight lines at second glance, which nevertheless manage to outline geometric volumes with great sophistication. And the countless triangular facets of the mirror works even sabotage the direct view of the crystalline formations with infinite refractions and light reflections.