Yes I Wood

The core of every sculpture in this series is always a natural form, like a branch, a leaf,… The added strips of colored wood are an industrial material used to level wooden constructions like walls and floors. In the sculptures, these strips are deprived of their industrial function. Instead, they follow and obey the natural form of the branch, the leaf or any other naturally formed object, and their underestimated beauty becomes fully visible. By making them obsequious to natural forms, they become part of nature, which is cool, I think. Because after all, they were once part of nature themselves.

Act the fool
And then some
Any way the wind blows
Carry your load
Catch me if you can
Chubby Checker
Cool struttin’
Do a little dance, make a little love, get down tonight
Fisherman’s friend
Get thy bearings
Hang on to your ego
In the line of fire
It’s a wrap!
Let’s not take a saw to the branch we’re sitting on
Make the road by walking
Morning commute
Move over, Rover
Oh hey
Once bitten, forever smitten
One, two, three, four, tell me that you love me more
Playing by the rules
Playing with the big boys
Rollercoaster baby
Saucisson pur porc
Screw you
Smke gets in your eyes
Snuggle up!
So long and thanks for all the fish
Something wicked this way comes
That time of the year
The conductor
The sweet spot
Three is a party
Tight fit
Triple the fun
Wave ’em like you just don’t care