One and Three

one can be three


I have been circling for a thousand years, 
and yet I do not know if I am a falcon, 
or a storm, or part of a much greater song. 
(Rainer Maria Rilke, The book of hours).

Earth Song


The sculpture series

‘One and Three’ consists of a series of metal sculptures, carefully constructed from a number of identical shapes which are originally based on the human body. The whole, however calls to mind a very different image: a flower, a flame, a symbol, a rhythm. One thing can be three. Three things can be one. Nothing is definite. This state of constant transition is furthermore suggested in the material itself. Vibrant colourful rust blooms out of the metal, revealing an uncontrollable inner life.