Objects 0,0 (since 2012)
sculptural installation in progress
Objects 0,0 is made up of several plaster casts.
While these piled sculptures can be considered studies or investigations into form,
the end result of the same research has been the creation of Object 1, Object 2 & Object 3 (2010).
Yet any test object could potentially leave the furniture at an appropriate time,
and become an individual work in a new context.
The collection of plaster objects "Objecten 0,0" used for experiments and try-outs, started in 2010.
Ever since these objects travel from studio to studio and form the basis of various new productions.
Scroll down to see new productions made out of objects 0,0.
Object 0,030308 grondplan (voor een archief), 2016 is a drawing made out of crushed plaster,
coming from 3 objects that used to be part of objects 0,0.
It forms a floor plan of an imaginary archive, where rooms and halls cross each other chaotically.
According to the original Tibetan monk tradition of the sand mandala,
the drawing is destroyed as soon as it is finished, which sometimes takes weeks.
The opposition between its swift destruction and intense production shows the relativity of materiality.
The drawing incorporates the same temporariness,
once the drawing was finished it was removed with the vacuum cleaner.
Object 0,0323 (vergoeding 1) 2015
Plaster cast, paint. 16 x 11 x 3 cm. Edition 1/1
Object 0,00000777 ("steen") 2014
Plaster, paint. 7 x 6 x 3 cm. Edition 1/1.
Object 0,000301 (plinth with Capeman) 2013
Plaster, 27 x 19 x 40 cm.
Object 0,00002 & Object 0,00003hisk (2010)
Set of plaster casts. 24,5 x 18 x 2 cm & 8 x 19 x 3 cm. Edition 1/1
On the occasion of the HISK final show 'About Waves and Structure. Behaviour, Disagreement, Confidence and Pleasure',
which ran from November 17 to December 9, 2012, 'Object 0,00002 & Object 0,00003Hisk'
were presented on the ground floor of the exhibition, partly incorporated into the wall.
Object 0,03 (2010)
Plaster cast, framed.
16 x 11 x 3 cm. Edition 1/1
'Object 0,03' was framed and put up for auction from August 25 to September 1, 2012
via eBay to benefit the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Deurle, Belgium.