Walking around trees

December 2011 I started walking around buildings to make pictures from all sides. My initial aim was to create a big virtual city scape, but soon I found it it was more interesting to stack all images on top of each other in transparent layers. The result: a building seen from all sides at once.

Meanwhile, with my old artist group De Tropisten I was busy preparing an exhibition in the Amsterdam Hortus Botanicus. This gave me the idea to make pictures of trees. Unlike buildings, trees don't have a back or front side, so being able to look at a tree from all sides liberates it from one of the peculiarities of the human perspective. 

Most trees grow in an urban environment (streets, squares, parks, an airport, a patio) and are thus always part of the city planning. The space surrounding the tree changes as a result of the rotating perspective and plays an important role in the final result. 

Available as editions of 10, 325 gr FineArt Baryta on 2mm dibond with frame, 70 x 70 cm. 

 

Garamur nr. 1

Heijplaat

Friedrichshain 1

Karlsaue

Haus der Kulturen de Welt

Friedrichshain 2

Tempelhof 3

Hauptbahnhof 1

Afbeelding

Amstelveld

Tempelhof 1

Drievuldigheid

Garamur nr. 2

Hauptbahnhof 2

Barleusplantsoen

Invalidenpark

Botanischer Garten 1

Hortus Botanicus 1

Majuli

Sparrendreef

Frederiksplein

Burton Bradstock

Las Tricias

Strausbergerplatz

Malieveld

Moritzplatz

Tiergarten

Chouf

Botanischer Garten 2

Kew Gardens 3

Vondelpark 1

Amerongse Berg

Kew Gardens 1

Hortus Botanicus 3

Vondelpark nr 2

Tempelhof 2