Alf is a  a dynamic sculpture that's constantly changing shape due to outside temperatures. For a long time this principle has been on my mind. I wanted to create a sculpture which reacts on it’s natural enviroment, in this case temperature. It has resulted in a sculpture in constant movement, changing it’s shape trough the time of the year. It’s movement is very subtile and can be percieved a little trough the course of a day while major changes in shape are a matter of seasonality.

The work is situated at TAK Art Space and can be visited by appointment. More info:

Project supported by: Amarte Fonds, Stichting Stokroos

Video by: Art Forever

Materials: Brass, aluminum, stainless steel

Techniques: Forging, milling, lathe

Dimensions: 200x60x230cm


Pictures by Scott Gorman

Video by Art Forever

Materials: Aluminum, ropes, paper clamps

Techniques: Tensioning

Dimensions: 800x320x230cm

Untitled Stone

Materials: Opal Serpetine, aluminum

Techniques: Carving, grinding, poloshing

Dimensions: 45x14x9 cm

Supported project by Amarte Fund

Heavy As A Feather

Materials: Copper, stainless steel

Techniques: Forging, grinding, coldforging 

Dimensions: 60x12x14 cm

Supported project by Amarte Fund

Flowing Fold II

Materials: Copper, Stainless steel

Techniques: Foldforming, grinding, coldforging 

Dimensions: 95x12x18 cm

Supported project by Amarte Fund