I'm always working on something. Most of the time, it's getting results for my clients. But sometimes, it's a personal project that lets me explore new concepts and ideas.
I love collaborations,
they are a source of valuable information exchange and partnership.
However, I only work on collaborations that care about making a change in the world. I adress themes like environmental issues, mental health, social questions, rascism, (street)art and education.
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(right: projected lasercut lens by Animus Design)
Is an artwork installation that came to be through a colaboration of the artist-collective FoodForFools I'm in
for /DIFFERENT STROKES/ by female artist club.
The universe is in a constant state or dissolution. This artwork is an observation of that process on a social scale.
It is a critique towards every system that doesn’t reinvent and adjusts itself on time to the needs of its social problems. A problem that is frequently discussed in our collective.
What started out as a complete piece of fabric got carefully cut and artificially placed in a web. This web ‘freezes’ the decomposition of the ribbons knowing they can’t be reunited anymore.
The first layer of this artwork consists of olive green ribbons that are a reference towards the first layer painters use to paint skin. The black grids refers to a widely used technique in the graffiti scene to emphasize an image.
In the layer above we can see a cheap faux patent leather that must retain a rusted coloured fabric.
The old elite held together by the unrecognized new generation.
The tooth of decay emphasizes that reformations are ever so necessary and when this doesn’t happen, the curtain will certainly collapse one day.
Toga with a bloody molestone collar and bullet zippers.
Referring to the bribery and corruption of judges.
This work was placed in the Flemish Courthouse in Antwerp
With Caroline Van Den Heede