Down to scale, on display in Gallery Huisrechts, 2008.

The installation is a landscape of jewellery — a forest of cast trees
where each branch is full of details. Jewellers use a casting technique
where pieces are first made in wax and then cast in plaster. The wax
is melted out of the plaster mould and liquid metal fills the empty space.
After cooling the plaster is removed and what is left is a casting-tree.
The installation 'Down to Scale' is a presentation, a forest- landscape
of jewellery. In this project I show jewellery in its primal shape, in the
form of a cast tree. The casting-tree is one of the first stages in a process
that is normally not avaiable/accessible for anybody else than the maker.