Krebs’ work has always been so clean, his geometry so pure; but “Home” is not austere, it’s raggedy and funny. It is not made of laser beams, nor of sunlight, nor of polished plastic, those familiar Krebsian materials. It is made, instead, of an ancient windmill, wires, balls of steel wool, cotton, and bits of transparent colored Plexiglass.

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The Washington Post
By Paul Richard

Published on May 10, 1973