VIENNA, AUSTRIA.- Krobath Wimmer presents Igor Eskinja, on view through 28 July 2007. Igor Eskinja inclines towards a trend of visual art creators that follow a principle of minimalism and scantiness in their choice of materials and expression. His own works are characterized by the perfection of production. Since the end of the 1990s, and in various exhibition spaces, Eskinja has been authoring installations that were of temporary character. Minimally intervening by reduced means upon the wall or the gallery floor (applications made of adhesive tape, wall papers, stickers, dust...) he created spatial installations which lasted for as long as the actual exhibition. By using expendable materials and by temporariness of the exhibitions, he demystifies the status of the institutional space and attaches bigger importance to the process of the observer's perception, rather than to the existence of a permanent art object.