In Museum Dhondt Dhaenens I've presented an expo in three parts. First part where two Daylight pictures. They show the colors of the sky during 24 hours with a rythm of one color each minute, 1440 colors in total/day. The first one of the two is the birthday of my daughter on 29/11/2005. It starts at 8:14 so the dark part of the night falls in the piddle of the image. The second one is a regular day from midnight to midnight. The second part of the expo is a neon light that was connected with a sensor and that gave the same intensity as outside, meaning that when it's cloudy the light dims a bit in the evening completely. At full moon there is still some light coming out of it. In the third part of the expo I combined landscape paintings from the collection with an abstract work in two colors, blue key and green key. Two colors that are used in television to add any chosen background, in this case they symbolise any possible landscape. All the horizons in the paintings where brought onto my eyeheight.

   Stijn Cole

 

WORKS    EXPO'S   TEXTS     PRESS    BIO    CONTACT

 

In Museum Dhondt Dhaenens I've presented an expo in three parts. First part where two Daylight pictures. They show the colors of the sky during 24 hours with a rythm of one color each minute, 1440 colors in total/day. The first one of the two is the birthday of my daughter on 29/11/2005. It starts at 8:14 so the dark part of the night falls in the piddle of the image. The second one is a regular day from midnight to midnight. The second part of the expo is a neon light that was connected with a sensor and that gave the same intensity as outside, meaning that when it's cloudy the light dims a bit in the evening completely. At full moon there is still some light coming out of it. In the third part of the expo I combined landscape paintings from the collection with an abstract work in two colors, blue key and green key. Two colors that are used in television to add any chosen background, in this case they symbolise any possible landscape. All the horizons in the paintings where brought onto my eyeheight.