Fred Eerdekens-1



Like a miner tears through solid earth to find his treasure,
Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens tears through light to find his treasure,
but while the miner searches for material gain, Fred Eerdekens looks for beauty in his art.

Fred Eerdekens hidden messages inside of his sculptures
show us that something mysterious can make sense once a light is shone on it.


Neo Deo 2002, Synthetic material, light projector, 1400 x 400 cm



 

mhmmmhm 2002, Artificial trees, 2 light projectors, 250 x 250 x 200 cm



Tralalala 1999, Artificial trees, light projector, 200 x 162 x 180 cm 




Men ga een zachter gang 1999,
glass, steel, books, book covers, light projectors, 95 x 730 x 50 cm

 




Life itself is not enough 1999, Clothing, glass, steel, light projectors
700 x 120 x 90 cm

 




Holy Spirit Come Home 1997, Table, groceries, 2 light projectors, 248 x 125 x 105 cm






God-Ego 1990, wood, 2 light projectors, 18 x 18 x 10 cm

 

 
<<Original Website>>  or  Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York

or another form of shadow sculpture by Fred Eerdekens at Sculpture-6, Sculpture-7


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