A statue of Atlas is cut to units of the same size as cobblestones
Bronze pour /
Liquid bronze poured into water. The instant solidified material is subsequently enlarged and made as bronze sculptures.
Coffee spilled on the floor plan of the exhibition site. The stains are subsequently made as ponds with coffee at the same location, size and shape as the floor plan dictates.
Window to the World/
The materials used for the indoor sculpture are extracted from the outside of the museum building.
Window panels from the facade are replaced by plywood. The glass panels are installed in three sets of joined automatic sliding doors. The sculpture is activated by the movements of the audience and itself.
View from below /
Two statues are installed horizontally, penetrating the wall, making the normally hidden underside viewable.
Photography is framed with materials that are present in the photographed scene. The photo exalts the framing and is documenting the scene before the materials are obtained.
Permanent reflection /
Two framed photos are placed perpendicular to each other in a corner of the exhibition space. The photographs depict the reflections of the space. The framing glass creates a real reflection on top of the permanent reflection.