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Untitled
2020

Materials: Copper, oakwood

Techniques: Foldforming, grinding, coldforging 

Dimensions: 185x20x20 cm





Untitled
2020


Materials: Brass, linoleum

Techniques: Grinding, polishing

Dimensions: 80x28x2 cm






Equanimity
Copper
2019

Equanimity Copper is a continuation of the Equanimity series. After creating a series of brass sculptures a new material and technique was used. Also the play of dimensions and forces where developed to a more complex balancing sculpture.

Materials: copper, aluminum cement

Techniques: Grinding, cold-forging, casting

Dimensions: 150x60x170 cm


Photo location: Kunstruimte KuuB




Equanimity Series

Equanimity is a series of sculptures which al consist of two elements enabling each other to stand. Combining tension and stability the pieces visualise balance which is inspired by the visual forces in man made constructions such as cranes and bridges.

I’ve always been attracted to visual forces in big constructions. The fact that these constructions are shaped in such a technical and logical way while they carry a feeling of balanced serenity fascinates me. The tension, massive proportions and overhang of load-bearing elements feel like a unity together which sometimes evoke the feeling of the balance in nature.

The elements which make a construction feel like natural balance together with material properties which unfold while crafting the brass by hand created the shapes of the sculptures.






Equanimity
I
2018

Materials: brass, aluminum cement

Techniques: grinding, casting

Dimensions: 260x35x170 cm

Pictures: Leroy van de Vooren



Equanimity Series

Equanimity is a series of sculptures which al consist of two elements enabling each other to stand. Combining tension and stability the pieces visualise balance which is inspired by the visual forces in man made constructions such as cranes and bridges.

I’ve always been attracted to visual forces in big constructions. The fact that these constructions are shaped in such a technical and logical way while they carry a feeling of balanced serenity fascinates me. The tension, massive proportions and overhang of load-bearing elements feel like a unity together which sometimes evoke the feeling of the balance in nature.

The elements which make a construction feel like natural balance together with material properties which unfold while crafting the brass by hand created the shapes of the sculptures.






Equanimity
II
2018

Materials: brass, aluminum cement

Techniques: grinding, casting

Dimensions: 60x10x190 cm

Photo location: Kunstruimte KuuB



Equanimity Series

Equanimity is a series of sculptures which al consist of two elements enabling each other to stand. Combining tension and stability the pieces visualise balance which is inspired by the visual forces in man made constructions such as cranes and bridges.

I’ve always been attracted to visual forces in big constructions. The fact that these constructions are shaped in such a technical and logical way while they carry a feeling of balanced serenity fascinates me. The tension, massive proportions and overhang of load-bearing elements feel like a unity together which sometimes evoke the feeling of the balance in nature.

The elements which make a construction feel like natural balance together with material properties which unfold while crafting the brass by hand created the shapes of the sculptures.