A reflection on my fascination about what you hide and what shines through.
Masks are often about an improved, say positive, version of yourself, while you try to mask a dark (read negative) part. In my collection of wall objects this is translated into the stacked but also omitted forms. The loss is literally shown. The mold has a positive shape but leaves a negative image in the molded part as a void. The final object shows the tension between something you experience as a hole, but the fringes, the memory of what it once was, always remain visible.
an ongoing growing family of unique and limited pieces