Ideal Home Exhibition 1956, House of the future
Archive material Victoria & Albers Museum London
(2017 - ongoing)
Dimensional research to instrumental objects where sound replaces words.
Measurements in a flexible line
Portraits of movement
Ongoing research into expanding dimension within writing.
These diverse series arise when I connect a number (from 1 - 4, 1 - 6, 1 - 8 etc.) to an abstract symbol.
Use (not) to be seen
The pictures represent a tableware in two opposing states of being.
Tableware, which is normally not the most exciting thing to look at, is portrayed in both, in a present and an absent way. Without revealing it, the photos show a design which can make eating more easy for people with rheumatism. The reason to portray it this way is to create a different look on the objects and the subject. The tableware relates to the meeting of people in a given social context. It touches on the theme of being included or excluded as an individual within social circles. The objects we use every day have an enormous influence on our experience. This tableware is designed for people with and without a physical handicap.
Reunion of the unknown
Guard, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Molding the body
Intervention with elements defined by the body
A selection of undefined shapes becoming defined objects
made with Lay Theme