Offset print on paper, plywood, steel frame, wooden frame, 453 x 230 cm. This installation hung on the façade of de Warande for 2 months.
Rust pigment and offset ink printed on colored paper, 64 x 46 cm and 62 x 44 cm. These artworks were printed during a residency at Printship Brauhaus. (image 1 & 2: Side-Deck Circle, image 4: Side-Deck Rectangle)
In the Shadow of – Billboards, 2021
Offset print on paper modified by natural elements, plywood, wooden frame, two times 250 x 244 cm.
In the Shadow of – Pamphlets, 2021
Offset print on paper modified by natural elements, four times 50 x 33,5 cm, frame: 65 x 49 cm. (image 1 left: Pamphlet Leaves, right: Pamphlet Snail I, image 3 left: Pamphlet Snail II, right: Pamphlet Goat)
Rust pigment screen-printed on steel and galvanized steel sheets, wooden frame, 75 x 65 x 10 cm.
Shelter Triptych, 2020
Rust pigment screen-printed on steel sheets, three times 120 x 100 cm. This artwork was printed during a residency at the Frans Masereel Centre.
Rust pigment screen-printed on steel sheets, 30 x 20 cm. These artworks were printed during a residency at the Frans Masereel Centre.
Woodcut print on paper with charcoal pigment and ash pigment, 50 x 40 cm.
An installation for vaART, 2018
This installation is placed near a bunker next to the canal Dessel-Turnhout-Schoten in Turnhout. The artwork tells the history of the bunker and the location and is part of the vaART project organized by Tourisme Kempen.
Several murals for vaART, 2018
vaART is an art project of Tourisme Kempen. On several locations along the canal Dessel-Turnhout-Schoten artworks have been placed that tell more about the history of that place. These 4 murals can also be found in several municipalities next to the canal.
An interest in the consumer society and her useless materials pushed me towards the making of a unique, changeable color. Inspired by the Nouveau Réalisme and its artists, I consciously chose for the transformation of rusted, lost objects to pigment. Using different processes, I came to creating my own ink, in two variants. If it appears that the ink – molded into a graphical concept – can rust again, then the circle is complete. In this manner we endlessly offer the waste products of our modern society material for making poetry.