2012

  Neckpiece: Pickup01 painted aluminium, polyamide, cotton image: Ian Segal

Neckpiece: Pickup01
painted aluminium, polyamide, cotton
image: Ian Segal

  Neckpiece: Pickup02   painted aluminium, polyamide, wool, steel   image: Ian Segal

Neckpiece: Pickup02
painted aluminium, polyamide, wool, steel
image: Ian Segal

  Neckpiece: Pickup03   aluminium, polyamide, stingray leather, steel   image: Ian Segal

Neckpiece: Pickup03
aluminium, polyamide, stingray leather, steel
image: Ian Segal

  Neckpiece: Pickup04   aluminium, polyamide, wool, steel   image: Ian Segal

Neckpiece: Pickup04
aluminium, polyamide, wool, steel
image: Ian Segal

  Neckpiece: Pickup05   aluminium, polyamide, wool   image: Ian Segal

Neckpiece: Pickup05
aluminium, polyamide, wool
image: Ian Segal

  Neckpiece: Pickup06   aluminium, polyamide, resin, wool   image: Frederik Herregods

Neckpiece: Pickup06
aluminium, polyamide, resin, wool
image: Frederik Herregods

  Tiara: Pickup07   aluminium, polyamide   image: Frederik Herregods  This piece creates a typology that reminds the viewer of every such object ever encountered, without actually lending the object any particular features or anything that actually identifies it's originally purpose or function. 3-Dimentional documentations, structures, designed for all, though for no - one in particular, creating an object type devised for collective rather than individual identification. The significance of this passion for objects types is exploring what is around me and effect me. It feels like creating a new reality, a scene, that becomes a medium for human contemplation, persuading to show us something: yourself in your world.

Tiara: Pickup07
aluminium, polyamide
image: Frederik Herregods

This piece creates a typology that reminds the viewer of every such object ever encountered, without actually lending the object any particular features or anything that actually identifies it's originally purpose or function. 3-Dimentional documentations, structures, designed for all, though for no - one in particular, creating an object type devised for collective rather than individual identification. The significance of this passion for objects types is exploring what is around me and effect me. It feels like creating a new reality, a scene, that becomes a medium for human contemplation, persuading to show us something: yourself in your world.