My ears and eyes are always questioning each other.
The ear as a spatial and receptive listener and the eye shooting like a hunter his arrow.
With a background as a classical pianist I like to listen and look very closely at compositions, crawling into a piece, and after that making the piece my own, to transcend the material realm. I’m searching for what is hidden, what can be found by spending time and attention. Although the way it shows itself can arise in a split second.
This searching by eye and ear leads to the creation of architectural interventions, installations, (non)performances and ritual objects. All as an attempt to materialize a process of transformation and becoming, and to create a moment in which time, place and the mind synchronize.
For This Art Fair I will create a garden where the smallest and most ancient of all plants is subject of attention: moss. Through thick coats and wavy hairs of moss and behind cracks and crevices you will decrease and delay to experience the subtlety and complexity of a small creature.www.zoedhont.com