The plaaster toestel sculptures feature a series of objects representing
surveillance cameras or spotlights, which are primarily formed from a cone,
a sphere and a rectangle.

Variation en pl‚tre (2014)
Plaster sculpture, 16 x 30 x 16 cm.





Bewaking in plaaster (2014)
Plaster sculpture, 20 x 10 x 16,5 cm





Surveillance en pl‚tre (version II, 2014)
Plaster sculpture, 20 x 10 x 16,5 cm.





Plaaster toestel (2013)
Plaster sculpture, 20 x 10 x 16,5 cm.







Textielframe (2013)
Metal frame, silk, 3 plaster objects. 119 x 85 x 119 cm

Textielframe is an installation in which silk fabric is stretched across a simple metal frame.
The shortest side of the frame is fastened to a wall at a height of 85 cm; the other side is
supported by two free-standing legs.
The taut fabric supports three geometric plaster forms: a cone, a sphere and a cube.
Because of the objectsí weight, the fabric stretches to a point where the forms come into
contact with one another. The geometric objects affect the shape of the tensile fabric,
thus creating an interaction between them and the fabricís weight-bearing surface.
Simultaneously, the fabricís supportive surface influences our view of the geometric objects.