Artist Statement

Actual space — virtual space

Absolute space only exists as an idea. An idea you can give a concrete form to materializing. It obtains its own identity if realized in a work of art. While creating the object the physical reality is mentally concretized. That object will intensify an experience of space. This physical experience is accompanied by a mental experience, a mental space.

My research is directed to the relation of the mental and virtual space of the object, and the actual space in which it is situated. In this way a confrontation actual space—virtual space comes into existence. Here I give my attention to a relation between the subject and the plastic object, to a relation between that object and the concrete space it is placed in, and to a relation between the same subject and the space in which it is present.