Considered to be Coincidence

Royal Academy of Art

2014 

Wood (mahogany, padoek), brass, copper, lycra, plaster

Considered to be Coincidence is a series of carriers, which are the outcome of a research into the feeling we describe as ‘home’ in a time of urban flaneurism. Consisting out of a constant and variable, these carriers anticipate on the icons of the then present surrounding.
They indent on a private melancholic moment and becomes a tangible representation of nostalgia.