Dwirling branches

For Landart Diesen 2013 I made a ‘curtain of branches’. A playful marking of the open boundary between nature and culture. A curtain of branches on ropes that hang from a height of more than 5 meters to the ground. The branches calmly turn in the wind. A beautiful effect, a play with light and movement, a calming, meditative effect that can really only be experienced by sitting quietly on the bench.

This concept appears to be suitable for implementation in multiple situations, adapted to local circumstances. During Kunst in Duin 2014 he made it in the garden of Keukenhof Castle. Then, for KunstenLandschap Lonneker 2016, above a pond