Tessellating plastic elements seem to hang, unsupported in mid-air whilst cream windmills spin, throwing light patterns into the surrounding space refracted by Swarovski crystals.
These hollow bricks have velcro sides, allowing them to be built up into any desired shape. The digitally embroidered plastic has a holographic, glassy quality when light shines through the wooden lattice behind.
This wall-hanging explores unusual material combinations using screen-printing techniques on suedette with white oakwood and swarovski elements.
This hanging piece explores the balance between the geometry inherent in the design and the unpredictable nature of the materials.
The pinokpok gives this piece its elegant, self-supporting structure and an intriguing moiré effect.
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