“Over the years, the Austrian artist Anita Leisz made numerous works that form a cohesive, yet idiosyncratic body; many of which consist of simple construction materials or metals. The idiosyncrasy positions itself between their reduced shape or form and a suggestive plane, which the works address, as fragments, concretely. Her bare objects might hint at an apparent functionality (eg. a painting), nevertheless the artist obscures any potential representation, except for the site-organic dynamic through which her artworks and their architectural sites seem to qualify each other”.
By Tenzing Barshee