The 'Take me Away' project comprises the design of sculptures which are composed of (sculptural) elements. The sculptures are, as it were, assemblies of plastic objects which end in sculptural clusters. By joining together the separate elements, the latter will start to communicate, as regards size, shape or form, with one another, e.g. by adopting a common colour, pattern or geometric figure. Which means that the components, that gave rise to the different clusters, are now re-usable in another new sculptural composition or cluster. With the 'Mujhe Le Jao & Qing Dai Zou Wo' project sequel, Sofie Haesaerts aim is to manufacture these models of sculptural components in China and India. Depending on the desired handicraft which they are to made in, she will focus on the different kinds of trades and crafts, their material identity and the latent technical possibilities of each specific trade as well as the limitations of each technique. With this project she wishes to build a further bridge towards the artists in Asia who, to this day, still master the traditional handicrafts.
The 'Take me Away' project comprises the design of sculptures which are composed of (sculptural) elements. The sculptures are, as it were, assemblies of plastic objects which end in sculptural clusters.
KINDERKUNSTENFABRIEK (CHILDREN’S ART FACTORY) - Sweet Little Lies Alexandra Crouwers, Sarah Corynen, Greet De Gendt, Nathalie Vanheule, Beatrijs Lauwaert, Manor Grunewald, Karin Peulen, Sara Bomans, Arno Roncada, Wim Rombouts