exhibited at follyDOCK EXPO, Hijplaat/Rotterdam, 2009 and
Anningahof, Zwolle 2009-2010
wood, tar, water and paint
170 x 420 x 160 cm
On the overgrown grounds of the harbor stands a green structure. Inside it you can hear streaming water. From a distance it looks like a house, but nothing seems to be in the correct place. The function of this structure remains elusive.
The house’s elements are combined in new ways that ignore all standard rules. Doors and windows are switched around or changed in dimensions. The ducts that extend upwards appear to be the drainpipes. A collector tray on top seems to catch water. The water continues to stream downwards from the middle of the structure. The artist built the wooden structure in the spacious RDM workshop used by follyDOCK. ESHA covered the entire structure with a green roof covering. The water in the construction is pumped in a circular fashion and collected in the water basin beneath.
Waterstad, bronze, 40 x 22 x 19 cm, 2005, private collection