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 plâtre 2014
Photo of Variation en plâtre at the studio, 2014, Ghent, BE. Plaster sculpture, 16x30x16cm.




Bewaking in plaaster 2014
Photo of Bewaking in plaaster at Galerij EL, Welle, BE, 2014. Plaster sculpture, 20x10x16,5cm.




Surveillance en plâtre version II, 2014
Photo of Surveillance en plâtre at the studio, 2014, Ghent, BE. Plaster sculpture, 20x10x16,5cm.




Textielframe 2013
Photo of Textielframe at the studio, 2013, Ghent, BE. Metal frame, silk, 3 plaster objects. 119x85x119cm.





Textielframe is an installation in which silk fabric is stretched across a metal frame. The taut fabric supports three geometric plaster forms: a cone, a sphere and a cube. Because of the objects’ 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 fabric’s weight-bearing surface. Simultaneously, the fabric’s supportive surface influences our view of the geometric objects.