- Towards the graduation show (AKV | St. Joost, 2013) I worked on an installation consisting of different objects and a video, in which I used a wall as both an interior object that has the ability to keep other things from being visible, as well as a sculptural form in which I created space by taking away material. The installation consisted of different objects. The L-shaped wall with a niche in it kept objects behind it out of sight, depending on one’s point of view.
There was also a large antiprism present and a small scale model of it on a light box, the latter being a collaborative piece of me and Tijl Orlando Frijns. The two of them could not be seen at the same time: while one of them was visible, the other one remained hidden behind the wall.
A video on a small tv showed an upside down floating pyramid in a rotating motion. The video derived from the notion of an object as something that can never show all its sides at once. When one side is visible, other ones remain unseen. When there was a frontal perspective on the pyramid it blended in with the background for a split second.