16 nearly identical drawers - 2012
16 nearly identical drawers - 2012
wooden chest of drawers, an exact three dimensional version of a two dimensional tape drawing on the wall & photocopied sansieveria plant in paper-pencil flowerpot on table

16 nearly identical drawers - 2012 16 nearly identical drawers - 2012
a life size photograph (1.25x2.4m) of the wooden chest of drawers, rolled up
16 nearly identical drawers & waves instead - 2012 16 nearly identical drawers & waves instead - 2012
high up, in the ‘storage space’ of the studio, one can see the backside of the wooden chest of drawers (16 nearly identical drawers), which is how the work was presented, in combination with tape drawing on wall and rolled up photographic print

on the floor, or rather as floor relief, is part of the work
waves instead
which consists of three parts: the real waves of the water outside, which can be seen through the window, ‘symbolic waves’ (waves translated into personal symbols), and experiential waves (raisings in the floor, noticed only when accidentally stepping on one of them)
composition of mistakes (solo concerto) - 2012 composition of mistakes (solo concerto) - 2012
the composition of mistakes (solo concerto) is notated in a binary musical language (as used for pianola’s and for example street organs) - each hole in the cardboard book represents a tone. it is a translation of all the mistakes I made while trying to play Bach’s violin concerto in a-minor again. a specialist transcribed for me first the original score of this concerto (which became a paper roll of 12 meters long, the equivalent of 4 minutes), and then he transcribed the recording I had made of myself playing the violin concerto, mistakes included. the final cardboard book, which can be played on a fictional instrument (which I will build), consists of only the misreachings for the right note, resulting in a new ‘composition of mistakes’.
the picture hangs on the wall like a rifle or a hat - 2011, publication (photo by René Bosch) the picture hangs on the wall like a rifle or a hat - 2011, publication (photo by René Bosch)
page from the publication the picture hangs on the wall like a rifle or a hat, 2011
in the publication 10 existing works are re-presented hanging on a peg-board, Shaker-style. the book includes an essay on ‘where is art’ 
reading the newspaper - 2010, presented as photograph reading the newspaper - 2010, presented as photograph
reading the newspaper is part of a series in which all the ingredients of ordinary, daily situations (like doing the laundry, reading the newspaper) are reproduced/copied in the original material. in reading the newspaper: re-made newspaper, coffee cup, desk, ashtray, clothes.