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Tracing drawings

The series tracing drawings arise from pencil tracings of glass, mirrors and marble leftovers from second-hand furniture. The cabinets on which the marble and glass were lying as well as the frames of the mirrors have disappeared. When pencil tracings are made from these flat objects, only the shape and the size refer as a distant echo to the original furniture. The shapes of the tracings contain a specific typology. In the size of the tracings one recognizes the human scale and an aspect of the previous function. The tracings still contain a level of reference to the original object, but generally they seem abstract and trigger the imagination. They are like the frame of a white canvas, asking to be filled in. In the series of tracing drawings new spatialities and materialities are imagined, not as a nostalgic approach but rather as a desire to create poetic entities.

 

Tracings

pencil, coloured pencil

110 x 151 cm

2012

Ground Plane

pencil, coloured pencil, waterbased lacquer on paper

73 x 110 cm

2013

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Overlap

pencil, coloured pencil and waterbased lacquer

54,5 x 99 cm

2013

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Five make One

pencil and waterbased lacquer

73 x 94 cm

2017

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Grey Overlap

pencil, coloured pencil and waterbased lacquer

68 x 94 cm

2013

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Superstructure

pencil, coloured pencil and waterbased lacquer

54,5 x 71 cm

2017

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It's taking Form

pencil, coloured pencil and waterbased lacquer

53 x 83 cm

2017

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