Casting project

I want to create a series of human figure sculptures made out of organic material.

This will be a series of experiments on a replica of my own human body. With a life size cast of my body ,The body will be repeatedly reproduced but each time from different organic matter. Earth, fertilizer, fruit, meat, and some sculptures will contain seeds from plants and flowers and mushroom spores. So some sculptures will be going through a proges of decay while others will show a process of growth. Eventually the process will be in reverse; the growing sculpture will reach a point of decay while the rotting sculptures will create new lives like mold and insects.

My interest in this extraordinary process is that these materials are  familiar to our daily life but each of them contain a hidden beauty. To study the process I have to get closer to the materials so I can  document the process to create moments of surprise in the life cycle and destruction from organic matter.

Het Vruchtlichaam.

Het vruchtlichaam

210 cm x 90 cm


Showed at Verbeke Foundation.


Life size self portrait  sculpture

Life size self portrait sculpture.
Material: White bread
Size: 183 cm x 51 cm x 18 cm

Pleurotus Djamor

Pleurotus Djamor

Pink oyster mushroom

Six weeks process

Size: S27 cm x 24 x 25 

Head size: 57cm ⌀

Right arm. (white bread)

Right arm - White bread 9 days of Decay

size 79 cm x 14 cm 13 cm


Right arm + 1000 x zoom digital microscope

1000 x zoom digital microscopic image of fungus.


Head - White bread

Head - White brea - 3 days of Decay

size: 26 cm x 25 x 24

Head size 57 cm ⌀


Left foot - white bread

White bread - left foot - 6 days of Decay

Size: 27 cm 10,5cm 16cm


Bio-Art sculpture research
White bread face

White bread face

Size: 26 cm x 24 cm x 23 cm


Peanut butter and jelly face

Peanut butter and jelly face

Size 29cm x 34 x 23 cm


Grass head

Grass head

Size 29cm x 24 x 23 cm