08/26/2020

Eggshells & waste / 30 x 90 cm
Pollution is making eggshells thinner, more vulnerable to the pressure of the outside world. As an example: The eggs of birds, such as the peregrine falcon, are becoming so thin that parents are crushing their eggs when they try to brood them. The intention of this project is to represent the effect of pollution on eggshells.

07/20/2020

Wood ashes / 25 x 7 x 3.5 cm
Ephemeral sculpture made of wood ashes in the shape of metal bars. It refers to the value of waste materials at a time when resources are scarce and sustainable alternatives must be investigated.

04/05/2020

Chalk / 21 x 1"
Because of climate change (and melting of the ice), the sea line is rising. Coastal cities are especially vulnerable. In the case of Halifax, a minimum rise of sea level from 0.70 to 1 meter from 2006 to 2099 is predicted. For this site-specific installation, blue lines were painted on the ground to mark the water level predicted in 2099 in public sites, facing the water.

03/11/2020

Animals collagen & perfumes / (variable sizes)

02/23/2020

Limestone, wood rope and white birch / 7 x 7 x 14"
Part of the Series Antithesis

06/24/2019

400 matchsticks / 2.5 x 2.625 x 4.25"
Part of the Series Home - Based on critical facts, including immigration rates, investments in property and numbers of homeless people, this series is an open question on how we define “home”.

06/21/2019

400 matchsticks / 2.5 x 2.625 x 4.25"
Part of the Series Home - Based on critical facts, including immigration rates, investments in property and numbers of homeless people, this series is an open question on how we define “home”.

06/02/2019

Porcelain / 11 x 8.25 x 4.75"
Part of the Series Antithesis

04/06/2019

Cement & wood rope / 24 x 24 x 4"
Part of the Series Antithesis

04/06/2019

Recycled abandoned furnitures & friendly acquired natural material
15 x 18 x 66"

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