By producing clouds as objects and thus capturing their usually fluid form, I have the opportunity to observe their differences and to put them into an order. From my observations, I concluded that over the centuries clouds changed their forms. Around 2000 BC for example, they were very round and compact, whereas contemporary clouds have much more varied forms. Of course the Cloud Museum is an impossible proposition.
Wood, varnish, plexiglas, paper, plaster, wachs, coloured pencil, display cases, floor plate, clouds, each ca.
5 x 5 x 10 cm