painting, 2017

Velodrome II

installation, 2015

No Forest Too Small

sculpture, 2010

Meetings, like Deams

painting, 2011

Rozemaai Egg

installation, 2013

Velodrome I

installation, 2014

The Green in Your Eyes I

5 installations, 2014-2015


sculpture, 2013

The Green in Your Eyes II

12 installations, 2016-2017

Floating Island

painting, 2011

At Light Speed

8 drawings, 2017

Even Imbeciles can See

sculpture, 2010-2011


book, 2013

Discover the Plantscape

installation, commercial, 2014

Wherever He Saw a Hole

sculpture, 2011

Fractured Border

installation, 2017


installation, curator, 2012-13

Piknik Horrifik II

theatre, 2013-14

Whispers and Small Laughter

installation, 2015


theatre, 2016


expo, curator, 2010

Along the Path I Warp

6 drawings, 2017

Dead City Birds

theatre, 2008-13

Even Imbeciles can See

Wood, steel - large tree 330cm x 150cm x 150cm, small tree 80cm x 40cm x 40cm (edition of 4)

Even imbeciles can see the shape of things to be (full title) consists of one big tree and four small ones. The big tree is our primal tree, the first tree we made. The plywood is third-grade wood, suitable for temporary works on housing construction sites. Overwhelmed by the idea of such an incredibly sad function, the wood wanted to return to its original habitat. We cut 147 slices out of the plywood, each of which slides over a central pole to make a tree again.

The small trees were made from the "waste" of the big tree. Each tree is unique, composed of slices of wood sawn with a jigsaw.

Both the big and the small trees can be disassembled and reassembled into new trees.