Page 4: 2004/2006 – Dedicated series: Checkout Desks and Hi-Fi equipment
All pieces were shown at Galerie Delta at some point, save the cassette tapes piece which was made for the WORM venue in Rotterdam and is on permanent public display there.

______ #23

Kassa 1 / Checkout 1 [2004]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 173 x 115 x 14cm
(private collection Rotterdam, Netherlands)

______ #24

Kassa 2 / Checkout 2 [2004]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 187 x 112 x 14cm
(collection of Felix Claus, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

______ #25

Kassa 3 / Checkout 3 [2005]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 189 x 106 x 14cm
(Lisser Art Museum, Lisse, Netherlands)

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Checkstands, images found on the internet.

The Kassa series arose from the artists interest in utilitarian design. Useful objects like this can become so normal that we barely notice them but isolated from function they are shown to be extraordinary. The three checkstands were only exhibited together one time, on the Art Rotterdam art fair in the booth of Galerie Delta in early 2006.


______ #26

Werktafel / Work Table [2003-2005]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood 235 x 125 x 14cm
(Alexander Ramselaar Collection, Rotterdam, Netherlands)

______ #35

VO-1810 (Sony U-Matic) [2006]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 175 x 110 x 14cm
(Collection City of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

______ #36

Akai-VT100 (open reel portable video recorder) [2006]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 145 x 175 x 12cm
(private collection, Amsterdam, Netherlands)

______ #37

KEF Speakers [2006]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood,  143x105x10cm and 124x84x10cm. total dim. variable
(private collection Schiedam, Netherlands)

______ #38

JBL Speaker [2006]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 95 x 105 x 10cm
(collection Hans Sonnenberg, Rotterdam, Netherlands)

______ #48

PC [2008]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, 245 x 75 x 16cm
(private collection, Wassenaar Netherlands)

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On August 12, 1981 IBM introduced its first personal computer called the IBM PC. The computer was equipped with an 8088 processor, 16 KB of memory expandable to 256 KB, and the MS-DOS operating system. (source:


______ #53

Axonometric Array [2008]

Bas-relief in salvaged wood, size variable ca. 7m50 x 3m50 x 25cm
Built on assignment for WORM alternative music and film venue in Rotterdam (on permanent display)

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This computer collage is the original design for Axonometric Array. It incorporated a cassette tape recorder but that was later omitted. Cassette tapes were chosen as a subject because of their d.i.y. aspect which perfectly fits the WORM venue:

An important source for the look of the tapes was



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