• study for SNIBURTAD

  • study for SNIBURTAD

  • study for SNIBURTAD

  • study for SNIBURTAD

  • Pythagoras advocating vegetarianism, Peter Paul Rubens, 1618-20

  • rheumatoid vasculitis

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SNIBURTAD, 2011 - 2012
3D print
41 x 35 x 33 cm
16,1 x 13,8 x 13 inches

183

SNIBURTAD exists both as a 3D print and an HD 3D animation video. Inspired by the voluptuousness of the so-called 'Rubens woman', this work tries to create a dialogue between old and new. It shows us how new technologies can be used to renew or reinvent the art historical tradition. In this piece, there is an apparent tension between the round forms and the fragile structure surrounding it. Instead of being the internal support structure (endoskeleton), the skeleton is situated outside of the body tissue (exoskeleton). This only amplifies the effect of a bulging formlessness that seems to extend itself in space.

2017   Alpha & Omega, White Circle - Brussels, BE
 
2016   Making a Difference / a Difference in Making, Red Dot Design Museum - Essen, DE
 
2015   GNI-RI sep2015, CBK - Emmen, NL
Making a difference, Bozar - Brussel, BE
 
2013   3D Print show, Carrousel du Louvre - Paris, FR
3D Print show, The Business Design Center - London, UK
Wit op de berg, Galerie wit - Wageningen, NL
XYZ, CNCPT13 - Amsterdam, NL
 
2012   Creativity World Biennale, - Rio De Janeiro, BR
Go On!, CC De ververij - Ronse, BE
GNI-RI sep2012, Gallo-Romeins Museum - Tongeren, BE
GNI-RI jun2012, Kasteel Beauvoorde - Beauvoorde, BE
GNI-RI may2012, Ron Mandos - Amsterdam, NL