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SKETCHES AND DRAWINGS FOR SCULPTURE
I find that the most interesting studies were done on any available piece of paper - the backs of calendar pages, tissues, ferry boat tickets and any other surface which was available at the moment I needed to make a note of some idea which popped up. These studies never found their way to a 3D model. Some years later I was doing other works, which were less organic. Looking at these sketches again I feel that it is worth-while to go ahead again and make interpretations of these sculptures - also of some of those coming on the next pages. During the years after doing these, my sculpture evolved and I was too mindful of what was going to be said about my going back to this much less geometric and technological way of approaching my work. Although - at that time - certain elements in these sculptures already evoke the forms of parts of machines and industrial products.