Gereon Krebber’s recent sculptures reside in the realm between fascination and disgust, between creature and object, animation and concretion, slapstick and threat. The same with the work in the second room of the gallery: a multi-part floor work of cellulose and concrete. Egg-like, organic forms build a strange breeding place resembling the hatchery in the space shuttle of the movie Alien. “The objects seem to lurk beneath the surface: There is still something strange, creepy and indescribable in the omitted empty spaces that lets it pound.” (Viola Weigel)