Certainty enters the stage

Installation overview,
in which the script of
'A play to be performed by children aged 6,7,8,9 and
11 in 3 acts'
was read from the ceiling.

Left: Drawer of the archival cabinet with drawings

Right: Bronze arrow and painted plinth

A tl-lit ballpoint drawing in the archival cabinet.

Yotta's pineal gland, where yocto resides (2018)

In which through a hollow spherical blackboard
a short story about impossible love due to
dramatic scale differences is read for one listener.

'Yotta's pineal gland, where yocto resides' is a short story in which somehow Yocto has managed to love Yotta. Yocto is a character that measures 1,8 Yoctometer, and lives in the reality of a septillionth. Yotta is a character that measures 1,7 Yottameter, and lives in the reality of septillion. Yocto resides in the pineal gland of Yotta, at the exact coordinates where Descartes located the “ principal seat of the soul ”. In an effort to overcome the problem of dramatic scale difference and communicate his hardly imaginable love, Yocto initiates a whisper chain with the neighbours of his own magnitude, in order to transport his message from the pineal gland to Yotta’s eardrum. There, they who live in the reality of a septillionth, jump a Morse code message of love on the eardrum floor. In this attempt of uncountable Yoctoseconds, many generations are whispered away, and the question remains if Yotta will be able to understand what is meant with the tingling feeling, rhythmically running from his eardrum to his tailbone.

24 Visitors of the one night exhibition 'Outermost corner' in Nest, listening through the blackboard, where a performer (that stood on a short-legged chair.) read the short story once every 10 minutes for one person

FLASHBACK

Detail of pencil drawing on flipchart paper

Tool to draw actual and fictional pondlife has left the studio pond

Perspex tool and pencil drawing

Model of making sense (2016)

Painted cotton, metal, embroidered fabric, prints on tracing paper, charcoal on walls and one apple.










Photo by: Jhoeko

Lighthouse performace (2016)

A collaboration with Janne Schipper
In which
AN INTERACTION BETWEEN THREE PROTAGONISTS (Janne Schipper)
and
A PLAY TO BE PERFORMED BY CHILDREN, AGED BETWEEN 6 AND 7, IN 3 ACTS (Brigitte Louter)
were read in the harbor of Reykjav?, communicating between two lighthouses about half a kilometre apart.

Ruler of importance (2017)

Engraved wooden ruler in a shed formerly used as a lighthouse, located on the very edge of seltjarnarnesb? (Iceland), that measures the horizon and anything appearing on it.

Mobile sculptures (2017)

Clay, wooden wheels and long grass

Brigitte Louter

Makes work about humanity's search
for world understanding.

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