I create these in the workshop at the back of my camper van while exploring the small roads of Europe. Each unique model combines natural materials with abandoned man-made objects I find in the wild, such as dented aluminium cans, shattered glass jars, or broken car headlights.
They are a metaphor for our times.
When we throw something “away”, it doesn’t cease to exist. It often ends up in nature, becoming part of the landscape we live in. These lamps literally and figuratively shine a light on a big challenge our civilisation faces: can we reconcile human activity with the natural world? Do we have a choice?
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