Jasper van Aarle, Dutch visual artist.
2017, plaster, epoxy resin, coal, river clay (unfired), process related floor protector, and various woods. 40 × 145 × 57 cm.
In addition, this work’s form, content and context is aimed with more emphasis towards the point of ‘spatialization’, by which I mean a universal plane where being becomes present and perceptible.
Consisting of three segments, this sculpture is respectively executed in clay, an amalgam of epoxy resin with coal, and four plaster castings thereof. As a whole it functions as study model, a starting point and a preliminary exercise for the bronze sculpture On Spatialization.
View from another angle, during Van Hieruit (2019) at PARK, Tilburg.
Selection of process related sketches and prints.