Location: Auditorium funeral center Tiel
2017 Reflectie, hoop, doorgeven Een overzicht van de vierde 100 aanwinsten voor de kunstcollectie van DELA
Glaskunstwerk in aula uitvaartcentrum de Linge in Tiel
The artworks contributes to
Creating an effusion of warmth and support for the bereaved and strengthen an homage to the deceased.
An interaction between the flowers on the coffin and the flowerish shapes on the glass wall. These shapes fanning, both horizontally and vertically. This is a tribute to the deceased and strengthens a warm comforting feeling.
1 The visialisation of the sense wires symbolizes the bound with the deceased . Currents downwards to the Earth symbolizes the wish to hold the deceased in our mids. The currents upwards disappear.
2 The retention of memories is visualized by flowers and chalice-like forms such as memory jars.
Tangible and daily reminders
Memories of a deceased manifest itself in tangible and daily reminders. Some tangibles are almost invisible or very subtly incorporated in the flowers. Figures like an ornament, a photo, a chair, lamps, a set table, a glass, and a cup and saucer.
Religious and other symbols
Symbols from the five largest religions: Christianity, Islam , Hinduism , Buddhism, Judaism and other symbols include ship, wing, lotus, butterfly, bird, fish, lamb, life-tree and poppy have been incorporated into the artwork.
Digital printed and burned enamels on glass, assembled into insulating glass. Conducted by Wimmer Glasprojecten Haelen Netherlands and AGC Mirodan Heule Belgium
horizontal 12 m x 0,75 m (w x h)
vertical 6 m x 0,40 m (w x h)