Nicolet Boots

Skate boarding

Using a pose from skate boarding, this female figurine shows in her body language, a different side of being human


Dimensions : 32 cm x 35 cm x 20 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 1 kg
Year : 2013
Material : Plaster, Textile, Wood
Technique : Molding
Style : modern, figurative

Nicolet Boots

For me the ideal artwork is something to fall in love with. It should be strangely, strongly self-evident in an organic way, meaning this artwork is the only way it could be, the only way it could be made. It has power like a sacred object, something you want to return to again and again. Every time you look at the artwork it gives you something to take with you.

I wrote down a few rules for myself, to read when in the studio, making art, as a reminder for where I want the artwork to go. (It doesn’t mean I achieve this every day, but it is something I aim for ;-)

- Making art should feel like rock-and-roll

- is about now

- Minimalistic, without losing the poetry

- Make the art you need

- Expand beauty

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