Anselm Reyle’s art frequently impacts the spaces of its presentation garishly and aggressively. It’s cold neon color has the effect of being both attractive and aloof. Although Reyle does not disguise the material nature of his objects, his artistic revisions lead to an aesthetic blurring of their origin. Neither the ‘lamp’ nor the wood panels Reyle newly arranged for trust combining them with neon light, have a specific cultural attribution. To be transferred as readymade – with contemporary finish – in the context of art, the structural characteristics of his finds are crucial for Reyle. His aesthetic analysis of everyday life shows that the structures of Abstract and Minimal art are already existing in everyday life’s objects – here these are a wood panel and a lamp from a Berlin prefabricated building in which the artist finds the classic vocabulary of Minimal art.