'With All Due Respect'
BEAR finals 2018, ArtEZ, Arnhem
04.09.2018 - 08.09.2018
"Do my stick insects know that I'm a living organism, or am I like a God to them?"
Interdimensional Nostalgia: a strong desire not to go back to a certain place or time, but to a sense of connection.
Things seem to be captured in their own world or reality. They are longing to enter the world of everyting, longing to travel through reality dimensions. Subtle details in my work reflect on both the impossibility of entering someone's reality as they give away a little hope. A hope for connection with a mysterious stranger who has been in the same dimensions of reality as I have been.
Overvieuw of the installation with several autonomous sculptures
Big tent sculptures:
185 x 285 x 300
Wooden construction, tent poles, cloth (digital print on linen, plaster, cement, wax), guy lines, thick ship rope, 5 cement crips bags with tent pegs
50 x 200 x 113 cm
Wooden construction, tent poles, cloth (digital print on linen, plaster, cement, wax), guy lines, skipping rope, 5 cement crips bags with tent pegs
‘t Keelven (2018)
70 x 80 x 55
1 children Monoblock chair, 2 ceramic lake, 1 ceramic marble bowl, rope, 38 epoxy resin marbles
Minuscuul Meertje (2018)
15 x 20 x 25
3D printed Monoblock chair, ceramic lake
10 x 10 x 10,
epoxy resin sphere with stick insect
Detail Intentions (2018)
cement crips bags with tent pegs and guy line.
60 x 60 x 75
1 Monoblock chair, 1 bronze lake, 1 ceramic lake, 1 ceramic bowl, rope, 3 bronze marbles, 8 epoxy resin marbles
detail: Bronst (2018)
Ceramic marble bowl, rope, 8 epoxy resin marbles, 3 bronze marbles
Alles valt (2018)
40 x 75 x 55
1 children Monoblock chair, 2 ceramic lakes, 1 ceramic marble bowl, rope, 1 small plastic bucket, 5 epoxy resin marbles
Meer.. meer (2018)
60 x 60 x 75
1 Monoblock chair, 3 ceramic lake, 1 ceramic marble bowl, rope, 3 epoxy resin marbles