Why Does it Move as it Does?
Blown glass, glass pearls, corund
50 x 18 cm


Born in 1974

Master Ceramics & Glass, Royal College of Art, London, UK

Bachelor of Arts in Design, Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, NL

Student Exchange Program, KADK, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, DK

Architecture, Design and Conservation, Bornholm, DK

Solo Exhibitions (Selected)

2018, Solo Exhibition, Crypt Gallery, London, UK

Group Exhibitions (Selected)

2022, Reborn, Werkspoor International Art Center, Utrecht, NL

2019, Depicting Science – a collaboration with UVA Master students & ESA, Amsterdam Science Park, Amsterdam, NL

2013, Once and Again: An Exploration Of Simulacrum, National Glass Museum, Leerdam, NL

“Over the last years I have focused on the extraordinary complexity and beauty of science.
The phenomena of light, gravity and microscopic cellular structures can be more fully understood and revealed, using scientific methods. These then have the potential of contributing to new knowledge. The scientific perspective and approach makes me curious, why some topics remain questions and others get relatively quickly answered. I have translated these explorations and questions into sculptures. In my sculptures the inside of the glass spheres turns inwards, pushing into it’s own void. The space around the spheres is configured to appear to blend at intersecting corners, where the materials merge and coexist. The sculptures explore the space they occupy and the context in which they are positioned. I expose what is normally out of sight. Using cross- sections, magnification and transparency the objects show which is hidden and literally below the surface, creating new vantage points and conceptual understandings of how we understand the material world.”