Norwegian artist Kjell Varvin is well known for his installations which I would describe as constructed geometric minimalism. The artist takes found objects and creates temporary ways to make them coexist in a kind of “vulnerable harmony”.
Often times his installations don’t even last long of to be documented by a photograph. It is precisely this instability that drives him to build and rebuild. “I am not trying to postpone the inevitable or prolong any illusion of stability. The result of my work should be understood as proposals, not final statements,” shares Varvin.
Thanks to But Does it Float for the tip