Adolf Luther Sphärisches Hohlspiegelobjekt

Adolf Luther, Untitled Sphärisches Hohlspiegelobjekt, 1970
Mirror, glass and plexiglass on panel

Adolf Luther was one of the principal agents of kinetic and optical art in his attempt to make the invisible visible and to understand a reality, which eludes the reproductive depiction. Adolf Luther created op art but in a different manner compared to Victor Vasarely. He specialized in op art through objects, rather than through paintings. Adolf Luther developed a variety of ideas in the handling of mirrors, concave mirrors, glass and lenses, which can be admired in his fascinating oeuvre.