Sometimes I enjoy myself with little excursions. Like eructations without consequences... I start with something, but the continuation stays awaiting. Strange images see daylight, but they stay alone untill present. Waiting for what might be still to come, some day. (Click on the different titles for a close-up).

dated 2010 until 2017 (click on an image to enlarge an artwork)
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Pardon! (une petite blague)

2017

'Pardon!' arose during my artist-in-residence in France in 2017. Oeps, it slipped out of my hands. Pardon! (a little joke)

Collage 'Break-through'

2016

Collage 'Break-through'

Water and Earth

2016

Collage 'Water and Earth'

Spirit

2016

Collage 'Spirit'

Monotype 3

2013

Monotype, photography.

Monotype 4

2013

Monotype, photography

Monotype 1

2013

Monotype, photography

Dénouement 1

2013

Dénouement 1, collage

Dénouement 2

2013

Dénouement 2, collage

Dénouement 3 (the phantom horse)

2013

Dénouement 3 (the phantom horse), collage

Mais où est donc passé le fil d'Ariadne...1

2012

When I work in three dimensions, the formes that appear are usually quite big. I wanted to force myself to work small. To see if there were consequences for the form. It became like a joke... Starting from the legend of Ariadne, I made the sewing kit of my mother. It was just less well arranged... But than I lost the thread quite fast...  

Mais où est donc passé le fil d'Ariadne... 2

2012

When I work in three dimensions, the formes that appear are usually quite big. I wanted to force myself to work small. To see if there were consequences for the form. It became like a joke... Starting from the legend of Ariadne, I made the sewing kit of my mother. It was just less well arranged... But than I lost the thread quite fast...

Woven World

2010

Photocollage.

'about creatures and things'

2012

In Aotearoa/New Zealand, in December 1642, the first encounter between Māori and Europeans took place. In Mohua (now Golden Bay) Ngāti Tūmatakōkiri and Abel Tasman met eachother. Perhaps because of miscommunication on both sides people died and got wounded. The meeting was a meeting between two cultures and the event does not stand on its own: it touches upon major societal issues, both in present-day New Zealand and the Netherlands. It takes imagination to achieve a better understanding of this, from different perspectives. Therefore, Project View on Golden Bay invited artists, writers and researchers from both New Zealand and the Netherlands to present their views on the subject. Ine made a few collages for the design of an installation, titled 'about creatures and things': At the first meeting between the Dutch and the New-Zealanders there mainly was misunderstanding and miscommunication. Did they see each other als human beings? Or a bit more undefined, as creatures? Things? Did the creatures see the other creatures as human beings? Or as things? What did they do with the dead of the others creatures? Did they burry them? Did they sacrifice them? Did they use them as part of a ritual? More information about View on Golden Bay: http://www.viewongoldenbay.com/