Marking of the location of ‘Huis te Vleuten’ below the railway between Utrecht and Rotterdam. Commissioned by ProRail.

Beneath all the new development remains all that has been lost, and this design intends to make this absence visible.
If the daily things around us become visible with the light of the morning sun, this design intends to contrast this with the midnight sun;

The Midnight Sun is a source that brings hidden memories back into the light
and shadows of lost objects,
reflections of hidden tracks
and echoes of forgotten stories are brought back to the surface.

Design: 2006 in collaboration with Ingmar Heytze
Click HERE to read and see more about the subject (Dutch)
Engineering executed by Segno d’Arte



Thumbnails is an investigation into the chances for integrated land art in spirit of the broadening of the A465, also known as ‘The Head of the Valleys’.

This route of approximately 40 kilometres at the foot of The Brecon Beacon’s links the Valleys of South Wales. The research period has led to the report Thumbnails, in which the landscape has a ‘physical’ dimension.
By translating the relief in the landscape from fingers of a scratching hand to fingers of a blessing hand, the landscape can be viewed in a whole new way.
“The scratching hand vs the blessing hand / the scratched land vs the blessed land”.
At the same time, new themes around the A465 ‘Heads of the Valleys’ are created.

Commissioned by: SAFLE, Cardiff (previously known as C-BaT)
Research period in South Wales April 2007.
Click here to read more about this project.