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Immerse Impress Imprint


Groede, Netherlands

"Site-specific raw clay installation in the project space of Viervaart, Groede, the Netherlands. Eight tons of rough clay, dug from a nearby field, were the basis for the project. During a six weeks working period, I have been immersed in the clay again and again and transformed it with my body, an improvised choreography. I regularly printed a temporary situation on linen. These prints will bear witness to an event that took place at a specific time in this shape-shifting process. The clay floor itself is seen and experienced in two ways, up close and from above. The work originated on the spot, from the energy of the place and the environment."


Photos: Iris Cornelis. With the support of the Mondriaan Fund.

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