Hirngespinst

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

Entropy

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

Aardtaart

book, 2013

Fractured Border

installation, 2017

Discover the Plantscape

installation, commercial, 2014

Wherever He Saw a Hole

sculpture, 2011

Deurnese Da Vincis

installations, 2014-2017

Biodroom

installation, curator, 2012-13

Piknik Horrifik II

theatre, 2013-14

Whispers and Small Laughter

installation, 2015

Mammoetatnu

theatre, 2016

Habitat

expo, curator, 2010

Along the Path I Warp

6 drawings, 2017

Dead City Birds

theatre, 2008-13

Wherever He Saw a Hole

Paper, wood - 30cm x 20cm x 15cm

Wherever he saw a hole, he wanted to know the depth of it is our ode to Jules Verne, of whom we read barely three books, but who is deeply rooted in our imagination. Jules Verne is the ultimate explorer - he who builds everything from his mind and gives readers the feeling of being physically present in his stories. We found these 20 books lying among a pile of rubbish near our apartment in Antwerp. We glued them together after we sawed a hole through them. The tunnel resulting from this is deep. It promises many discoveries on the way.

The work was first exhibited in the Betabomen exhibition.