Computed

object

Computed
flexible rulers
22 x 14 x 10 cm
Computed is a scale model tracking the movements of the artist's hands. These movements were obtained by a computer generated script of randomly chosen ‘therbligs’. Therbligs are 18 kinds of elemental motions used in the study of motion economy in the workplace. In the work the relation between the computer and the computed is reversed in order to generate a fully conscious automated gesture.

Convened & Converted

installation

Convened & Converted
wooden boules & jack
dimensions variable
Convened & Converted is a work in which the exhibition-goer is invited to place one of the ‘boules’ in what he or she considers to be the center of the space. Afterwards the artist does the same thing with a small wooden ball, also referred to the 'jack' or target ball.

Prototype (for a Pipe Smoking Machine)

installation

Prototype (for a Pipe Smoking Machine)
slide projector & projector stand
dimensions variable
Slide projection of various pipes, or rather silhouettes of existing designs that most closely resemble Magritte’s pipe.

Ninety-two degrees and Nine Hundred Sixteen Thousands

sculpture

Ninety-two degrees and Nine Hundred Sixteen Thousands
steel
39 x 3 x 1,3 cm
Two stacked pieces of a carpenter’s square, cut to fit the angle of the exhibition space that is nearest to 90 degrees.

The Warden & Flynn Compositions

drawing

The Warden & Flynn Compositions
ink on paper
21 x 29,7 cm (each)
A set of drawings in which compositions by Piet Mondrian are re-calibrated and methodically brought into balance by assigning to each color an equal ‘visual weight’. The method is based upon a study by psychologists Warden and Flynn which demonstrated e.g. the color blue to be perceived 1.3 times ‘heavier’ than the color yellow.

Cultural Material

drawing

Cultural Material
laser prints in aluminum frame
65.5 x 70.1 cm

A Tool of Comparison

drawing

A Tool of Comparison
graph paper, cardboard, aluminum frame
42 x 29,7 cm
At sight, an approximately DIN A4 sized piece of graph paper was torn out of a larger sheet.

The Literal Meaning

drawing

The Literal Meaning
chalk on paper, aluminum frame
30 x 40 cm (each)
The Literal Meaning is a hypothetical IQ test based upon several image/text paintings by René Magritte.

Bridge

installation

Bridge
ladder
11,5 x 35 x 215 cm

Error

installation

Error
motion sensor
2 x 5,5 x 5,5 cm