Glass object (fusing, cold working) lenticular print of the same object
small glass object 7,5 x 5 x 3,5 cm; lenticular print 94 x 73 cm
These works hide and conceal, but mainly themselves. While they are eye-catching and purposefully beautiful, they are not easily grasped. As the viewer moves in space and time, the pieces, too, change in an instant. Here, glass attaches the world to itself but fragments the surroundings and flings out new reflections and shapes – it is the dynamic nature of beauty that makes it so captivating. There is no hierarchy between big and small, detail and whole – a fragment can become a whole world and the whole world can appear in a shimmer of light, both equally deserving attention.