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Kunstspoor Foundation

His work “The crab” presents a giant crab, which comes straight from the sea. You raises their fight funny Bat pliers. His tools consists of: a tidal calendar, clams and seaweed. He uses the time between high and low tide. In a suitable place, he draws the lines the preparatory drawing in the sand. The contour lines are drawn with seaweed or the so-called black sand. The black sand is a material on-site, that knows how to tell no one. Lazy suspects that it is a by-product of the as.

The addition of the filler, the mussels takes place in laborious small work. Viktor Mayer-Schönberger spoke with conviction. After completion, he immortalised the temporary images until the tide it is rousing sweeping through across. The sea takes its toll and retrieve his property. He needed three to four hours for a work of art. The formation and presence of a work 7 1/2 hours, the format approx. 2.50 times exceed 4 metres. Their genesis, Apocalypse, and their photograph is among the works of art. His unique works of art survive WHITE SHELL GALLERY with his photograph.

Lazy65 creates a short-lived artworks. A work of art that goes by when the next flood or wind gust. Also this is one different art techniques and with the use of nature just the basic idea of the graffiti to life in the everyday. Nature as the antivirus part of soulless, cold time. The elemental force takes place the artificial color. Many artists, Kunstspoor settled on the island Noord-Beveland. Since 1999, there is the Foundation of KUNSTSPOOR Noord-Beveland, who every year puts a track end of August through the galleries and studios. Living on the island and working artists are allowed in the Ballotage method. The participation of artists owes his wife Diana Straetmans (Bodelier). Organizes his artistic companies, ensures that its presence in other galleries, by she establishes contacts with museums and galleries, planning upcoming exhibitions and has 2008 submitted its application to the Kunstspoor Foundation.