Looming is a movable sculpture of circling forms. The stretching textile material is processed in a lightweight construction. The person wearing the sculpture enters into a dialogue with the floating circles. The work investigates the scope of the human body and its effect on the surrounding space.
The loom is a moving construction, the cadence measured by the beat of weaving repeated patterns.
It’s like life: a flow of change, but there is always cohesion. Think of circular shapes and repetitions in nature; the changing seasons or the rhythm of day and night.
The work investigates how we can find a correlation between movement and stillness. It’s also a reaction to our society, ever-changing at a rapid pace.
In the movement research of the wearer, the sculpture folds into the most beautiful shapes. Organically developing from a circle into a multi-layered spiral.
The imagery is poetic: a flower unfolding its petals, the transformation from caterpillar to butterfly,
the peacock’s mating ritual.
The music composition is made by Mink Steekelenburg (Winterdagen).
Recycled material is used for the sculpture.
Looming was a.o. exhibited at 'Nuit Blanche', 2019 City Hall Vincennes Paris, 'Amsterdam Art ' 2017 Eye museum, 'Lost&Found' 2016,
'Route du Nord' 2016 Rotterdam, 'The Fashion Show 2016' Gerrit Rietveld Academie,
Looming appeared in Wallpaper magazine 2017 and ID magazine 2016.