Egg shells as a skin
Egg shells, wood, paint
These fragments of eggshells are arranged by colour, from clear white to dark brown. Most of the eggs come from ordinary chickens. I got them from everywhere, from both organic farms and the supermarket. Colour was my only criterion.
If you look at the entire collection, there is a striking similarity with the many shades of human skin. Next to each dish is a wooden egg shape, painted with watercolours of the same hue, a way to comprehend the subtlety of colour differences.
G18, Dutch Design Week , 2018
Objet- Art Rotterdam Week-Feb 2019
Kleureyck exhibition, Design museum Gent -2020/2021
Colors, Lille Le Trispostal- 2021/2022