Time and form
Time offers us exciting awakenings and beginnings. Things thrive through time, wither, break up and finally seem to freeze. If moments are the substance of time, whose essence continuously slips away when we try to reach it? From where do we infer the daily feeling that substance is reasonably stable?
In my work, objects also thrive, break up, lose their form, seem to flow away and appear to be incomprehensible. They are frozen in a movement, become a stagnating moment. Combined with defined, geometric parts, this creates a conflict in the sculpture itself. Without these sudden changes from one to the other, there will be no variance; and without variance, there is no feeling of time.
Almost like the question about the stability of our surroundings, I try to make the objects as indeterminable as possible by making drastic changes in colour, form and surface. In this way, the perceiver gets the possibility to reflect his own association pattern within the turbulences of our substantiality.