2020 Series of paintings, oil paint on canvas, work in progress
2019 Series of seven paintings, oil paint on canvas
Woollen rug, handmade by Textile Museum Tilburg, diameter 2 metres and a space of 8 x 4 metres
A hard graphical image transformed into a soft and tactile rug and put in space. The image is a visualisation of my results of a psychological test on dimensions of relating to others. A contradiction in terms: rationalizing and deconstructing feeling?
Three paintings, 30 x 30 cm, 60 x 60
cm, 60 x 80 cm, acrylic paint on canvas
Kennemerduinen: for most of us a sunny infinite dunescape. At the same time the place contains other narratives i.e.: nature as a commodity made for our convenience, nature as a place for murder in second World War. All is mirroring in the landscape, what is in the backdrop and what in the front?
Five paintings, 50 x 60 cm each,
acrylic paint on canvas
Ysselsteyn War Cemetery is a controversial place in the Netherlands. All Nazis who died during World War II on Dutch soil were reburied here in the 1950s. Currently, the place is given a new meaning: initiatives of peace dialogue. Yet neo-Nazis still have commemorations here.