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- Sculpture installation.

Mixed media, varied dimensions.



Found objects where the starting point for the organic forms. Twigs, oyster shells and other found debris became the components for this organic objects. In an installation of several hearts it provokes towards a collective of organs, individuals of same function adjointing around themselves. Floating in the space like an already predetermined fossilic cenotaph of life passed.


Varied dimensions. Approximately 240 x 140 cm. Plaster, branches, acrylic.



Installation: fragments sculpted from my body, tree / branches, acrylic paint. This sculptural installation originates from casts from my body. My performance expression to sculpt on my own body. Fragment of a self-portrait, or negative preserving the impression of the body. I stack, balance the fragments, like stratifications with innovative suggestions for forms and expressions. A branchwork painted in red completes the form like a circulatory system for this fragmented body. Transformations from past to present meet.



  - Painting Object Assemblage 1.

Mixed media



Painting Objects: paintings realised through a process of tentative continous research of painting formats. From flat format and thereafter "mouldy" destroyed in storage.  This intervention of natural causes perplexed the form and possibilities of each painting. To be entwined and interweaved together, adaptable to the space of which they are habitating,.


Idun - Decompositions 2, 2019.

Apples, pomegranates, plaster, plaster-bands. Varied dimensions


This installation takes form in an extensive outgrowth. Apples and pomegranate apples are the sources of this outgrowth. These are fixed together by strips of plaster, neat, they remain inevitably inert. These fruits have been manipulated by the gesture of man's voracity. They will decay with time, decompose, rot and in a perpetual flow change appearance. These fruits dialogue a sense of mythology, an environmental and ecological conflict. Bridging together the antipodes as an allegory of desire, immortality. Remiding us that: Nothing is forever.