One Of A Kind

One Of A Kind is a series of sculptures whose all made out of the same origin: a flat rod of copper. While experimenting with a different order of cold-hammering, entirely different shapes arose from the same base material. Therefore the title ‘One Of A Kind’ is a nod to the actual linguistic meaning, Thousand Out Of One is what actually happened. 

Location: Elleboogkerk Amerstfoort, during Expo Elleboog

Pictures: Dirk Veroerd/Lighthouse Productions

Materials: Copper, Steel

Techniques: Cold Foring

Dimensions: 35x35x15cm each


Wave is an installation made of aluminum sheets, ropes and paper clamps. The installation grew while playing with the emerging tension due to it’s own mass, when standing nearly on it’s own. The search was for the perfect tension in the aluminum sheets so they become floating and easily moved by the smallest subtle air displacement. The sheets are situated in such way the ropes have a little free space. In this way each sheet moves on its own held by its own ropes. When bigger movements occur the ropes touch each other, creating a Wave together.  

Pictures by Lotte van Uittert

Video by Evariste Filmproducties

Materials: Aluminum, ropes, paper clamps

Techniques: Tensioning

Dimensions: 450x250x190cm


Materials: Teak wood

Techniques: Grinding, sanding

Dimensions: 18x7x6 cm

Flowing Fold

Materials: Copper, oakwood

Techniques: Foldforming, grinding, coldforging 

Dimensions: 185x20x20 cm


Materials: Brass, linoleum

Techniques: Grinding, polishing

Dimensions: 80x28x2 cm