The world consists of shapes and these shapes can be perceived by the senses. They are constantly moving and exposed to continuous changes. Each shape is a momentary balance, a structure which only appears to be lasting and which is always moving towards its end, towards another shape. Each end therefore implies a new beginning.
1 | Fortress /Bunker
Bunkers and defensive buildings from recent times are integrated in the landscape, curl into themselves and try to hide. When they are discovered, they make an alien and forbidding impression. The unusual appearance of the bunker, which is completely different from the normal buildings, only seems provocative when seen in a photograph. Paradoxically, it has the property of remaining unnoticed in the natural environment. Robbed of their purpose, the rooms and facades can no longer be understood as architecture - like the relicts of a long lost culture that we do not know.
2 | Fissures
This shows geometric bodies in different moments of tension. A cord soaked in tar is added to the 3-D forms and sculptures which are mainly structured in bronze and stone, dramatizing the struggle between the forces. It creates the snapshot of a body majestically rising up shortly before the final defeat.
3 | Space
It appears that the spaces are inherent in the object. They only come to light under the influence of a force. So it seems that as the force diminishes, the space is again irretrievably lost.
4 | Transformation
The most common symbol of the Trinity is the triangle. Starting with one triangle, three more triangles are created to form a new triangle. This highlights the interrelations "to-each-other", "for-each-other" and "in-each-other".
5 | Becoming
Two different shapes made of the same material. A combination of form and matter, tension and duality. The search for
balance and tranquillity.
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