UNTITLED (FULL-STOP)2019, mahogany and birch plywood, maple, paper, uranium glass, ceramics, nylon and polyurethane, 82 x 62 x 14 cm
Untitled (full-stop) is a cabinet made from mahogany and birch plywood. It contains two vases, one from half-glazed ceramics and one from matte uranium-glass. These objects are presented alongside a drawing of a hand on paper and a small maple plank containing polyurethane resin.
FOR A DOOR2019, maple and cork, 140 x 18 x 12 cmFor A Door is a sculpture made from maple. On the one side is a hand, on the other a foot. It hangs over a door, and, like a paperclip, it connects two spaces in a way they weren’t before.
ALTERNATING CURRENTS2017, 98,5 x 80 x 13cm
Alternating Currents departed from questions evoked by writing short stories. Is it possible for objects to have an open end? Can an arrangement of objects be like an arrangement of words? With these questions in mind, I build a cabinet for a collection of objects, to examine the dialogues between objects, and to address the complicated relationship between container and contained.
SEASHELLS THAT LOOK LIKE PETRIFIED EARS2016, self published editions of 25
Seashells That Look Like Petrified Ears is a collection of short stories. Each story departs from the idea of walking. Sometimes characters walk physically, such as in Train, where two characters are looking for a place to sit in a train, and observe how the train transforms into a mountain landscape. At other times the walk is considered more abstractly, such as in At the Same Time, or Nomad, which revolve around notions of economical frugality, companionship, longing and disorientation.