OLD HOLBEIN, 2015 | household dust, acrylic supports | 650 x 190 x 170 mm
ANOTHER BRUSH WITH DEATH, 2014 | household dust, broom | 450 x 70 x 1000 mm
TWENTY-SIXTH EXCRETION, 2010 | household dust, cobwebs, acrylic wire support | 300 x 90 x 120 mm | “There are twenty-five forms of excretion known to man: each one a source of curiosity and pleasure – Man’s twenty-sixth excretion is himself.” Christian Enzenberger, Smut: An Anatomy of Dirt, 1968
A BRUSH WITH DEATH, 2012 | household dust, brush | 340 x 80 x 120 mm
BEING AND NOTHINGNESS, 2009 | household dust, lint, cobwebs | 200 x 80 x 38 mm
Being and Nothingness exists as a result of something that was forced into being. That is what I do – if it doesn’t exist I will make it exist. For Sartre, what defines us is our undefined non-determined nature. If this is true, then our awareness of what we are not forces us to invent something from the nothingness of our being.
BEING AND NOTHINGNESS, 2009 | household dust, cobwebs, Acrylic display case | 600 x 750 x 850 mm | Collection: Hernan Bas
EPIDERMIS, 2010 | household dust | 134 x 43 x 65 mm | Collection: Beth Rudin DeWoody