The combination of porcelain and sunlight is a happy combination, thanks to the large number of reflecting surfaces.
Within the boundaries of a square, a landscape is suggested with simple elements, which largely determine the rhythm of the composition. The porcelain sheets are like layers over each other, colliding against each other, standing upright or sliding apart. Light and shade generate their own vibrating effect. The superposition of several thin layers of color creates a surprising color depth and invites you to look and keep looking.
"Built in an architectural way, through surface distribution and movement, light and dark, around a central bulge where the shadow is as important as the full light." (Frans Boenders 1994)