Salina

Salina

Salina Ephemeral installation at Glazen Huis in Amstelpark Salt is the residue left behind by vaporised sea water. As the day passes the waves have an changing appearance.
In the afternoon the salt has a purple glow, in the morning the white is so bright that it looks...
Border

Border

Border A flower plinth made of sugar The plinth forms the border between wall and floor, and in so doing, gets its final form within the context of the display area. In a group-exhibition in W139 the plinth was used to frame the work of the other participants. The...
Puff, Tschumi pavilion

Puff, Tschumi pavilion

PUFF Solo exhibition Tschumipavilion, Groningen In the sloping pavilion the illusion is invoked of a cloud of blue mushrooms floating in an upward direction. Puff has multiple meanings: billowing, inflating, gasping. A whirlwind has started in the pavilion. Its rigid...
Evaporating sculpture

Evaporating sculpture

Evaporating sculpture Ephemeral installation, Untitled 1995 Evaporating ephemeral floorsculpture depicts what it is made of: thick water. Every tile consists of 17 liters of boilt water, with grinded seaweed as a gelling agent. The rhythm of the tiles changes and...