I’m really impressed with these sculptures. They look so effortless and light but the expression in each one shows the inbuilt power of the structure. The sculptures caused me to pause and investigate the labour involved and to consider how the artist works.



Rainer uses hollow metal squares to sculpt the human form and creates works that brings out both the strength and delicacy of the body. The negative space adds as much to the form as the metal parts.



When darkness falls and the lights come on there is a secondary level to the art. The silhouette cast on the walls creates a consequential sculpture of light and shadow.



Image Source: Rainer Lagemann

Posted by: Annika Lyons


The magazine that showcases new emerging
fashion talent alongside the established.

Sign up below to be kept informed of all our new issues, the trends that are emerging, exclusive fashion films, and the very latest discoveries in fashion & the arts.

You will also be the first to hear about unique competitions and all Fashion156's developments.

I agree to the terms and conditions