Constantin Luser’s fragile and sinuous sculptures in brass and wire remind us sound and music. The initial point of those three-dimensional wire meshes is the realization of many drawings of organic forms, which he sketches using several pens at the same time. Through the parallel layout of the lines and the wire, the primary very impulsive and straight forms become statically-abstract, almost like renderings or digital patterns. At the same moment the structure appears something fantastic-surreal, associations to rhythm or architecture will also reveal themselves. Spatial and thematic frontiers disappear and make way to a perception, which oscillates between reality and imagination.