Starting a drop project, Steur enters a given space ‘blanc’, without any other concept except to use falling water. It’s the only constant factor in these site specific installations. “This method creates space to sense the subtle, hidden qualities of a room”. Next, he uses the waterdrop as a tool, a physical communicator between his findings and the visitor. The sequacious, fluent quality of it has the power to bring us back to the present and revalue space, time and matter.
drop sculpture #1 DAY OF DANCE 2017 bozar brussels
drop sculpture #2 LIFT FESTIVAL 2016 battersea arts centre london
drop sculpture #3 WORKSPACE 2017 p.a.r.t.s. brussels
drop sculpture #4 SPRING 2017 schouwburg utrecht
credits: Performing Arts Fund NL, SoAP, Workspace Brussels
photos: Nick Steur, Yannick Sas