Genti Korinis painted sculptural objects of spatial forms and lines are entirely abstract and yet they reveal their architectural origins. Geometric surfaces, constructional elements, and threedimensional vectors are joined in vertical constellations in such a way that they result in coherent objects. However, these formations arbitrarily defy the possible in terms of structure and statics and hover freely in the space. At first glance, they appear to be instable, as if they might collapse at any moment. But then the inner tension becomes discernible by whose centred balance they are held up quite naturally.
— Kristina von Bülow