In my latest stone sculptures, I develop geometric objects and replaces part of them by translucent paraffin. Embedded inside this transparent material, one can discover opaque forms or lines consisting of coloured paraffin. It appears like one could look into the interior of the stone, discovering even more shapes and spaces. Stone and wax are combined to a new entity.
My paper works, too, are determined by their clear geometric shapes and unique structure of their surfaces. Hand-made sheets of paper soaked with paraffin are turned into graphic works where lines and surfaces alternate between two and three dimensions.
Both sculptures and paper works captivate the viewer because of their poetical presence and their unusual balance. One can never explore them with just one glance as they always offer additional and unique ways of interpretation.