Title: Change of Perception commisioned site specific installation. wood, concrete 700 x 120 x 150 cm 2017 (view from second floor) ‘Change of perception’ is the name of a commissioned seven meter high sculpture made for the light shaft of the residential house of the collectors duo, Bart Dirks and Roeland Merks. (View from first floor) The […]
Title: Reflections of emptiness Site specific installation from found wood from abandoned factory 1500 x 950 x 320 cm 2017 These collages are made from found wood in the abandoned ‘Nudlefabrik’, Zeitz from 1909 (during IPIHAN#7). All the different colours, shades and structures in the wood are traces of past times when the ‘Nudlefabrik’ was still operating faded […]
Title: ‘In the absence of light’ Site specific installation at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam. 620 x 250 x 1580 cm from 28 September 2016 till 5 March 2017 pictures Marcel Kollen
Title: Hyfen 07 Site specific installation build during IPIHAN #06, abandoned polygraph builing. Leipzig, Germany Wood, concrete mixed media 320 x 540 x 1450 cm 2016
Title: Hyfen 06 Site Specific installation for Outline festival, Moscow, Russia (electronic music and art festival). Wood, concrete, mixed media 450 x 500 x 650 cm 2016 Two weeks working period in Moscow.
Title: Hyfen 05 Site specific installation in the former Dietzold factory during IPIHAN#5 (Leipzig,Germany) Wood, concrete, mixed media 450 x 500 x 400 cm 2015
Title: Hyfen 04 Site specific installation at ‘De Lasloods’ during IPIHAN# 04 in Vlissingen, The Netherlands. Wood, concrete, mixed media 600 x 450 x 300 cm 2015
Title: Hyfen 03 Site specific installation at Cultuurwerf, Vlissingen Wood, concrete, mixed media300 x 420 x 310 cm 2015
Title: Hyfen 02 Wood, Concrete mixed media. 280 x 250 x 350 cm 2014 Site specific installation during the exhibition ‘Babylon Now’ at W139 Amsterdam [NL]
Title: Hyfen 01 Raw material from abandoned factory, Leipzig,Germany. 1250 x 500 x 450 cm 2014 Site specific installation build for and during ‘If paradise is half as nice #3’. And left behind to blend into the decay of the building.