• Pinocchio 02

    pendant 2019

    Pinocchio 02

    wood (part of a confessional)

    sold

  • Croissant

    bracelet 2019

    Croissant

    leather

    price on request

  • Clown

    pendant 2019

    Clown

    ivory

    price on request

  • Discarded model #01, 2019 (From the archive, rare find from early 1967: B. dissatisfied, the night before succeeding in putting a circle in a circle)

    bracelet

    Discarded model #01, 2019 (From the archive, rare find from early 1967: B. dissatisfied, the night before succeeding in putting a circle in a circle)

    silver, white gold

    price on request

  • Discarded model #02, 2019 (From the archive, rare find from early 1967: B. dissatisfied, the night before succeeding in putting a circle in a circle)

    bracelet

    Discarded model #02, 2019 (From the archive, rare find from early 1967: B. dissatisfied, the night before succeeding in putting a circle in a circle)

    silver, white gold

    sold

  • King Prawn

    bracelet 2019

    King Prawn

    titanium, tahitian pearl

    price on request

  • Pinocchio 01

    pendant 2019

    Pinocchio 01

    wood (part of a confessional)

    sold

  • Cardboard

    bracelet 2019

    Cardboard

    silver, white gold

    price on request

Exhibitions

23 02 2019 — 30 03 2019

FrontRoom: DAVID BIELANDER No, it is not!

We - human beings - perceive things solely in relationship to something else. As soon as a tiny shift in the context occurs, it is enough to make us perceive a thing differently and in a way that we have never seen it before.

No, it is not!

Things do not stay as we perceive at first glimpse. It is the ambiguity, the multifacetedness of the nature of things. It is part of the conditions of our existence that it is an impossibility for a human being to arrive to definite truths, because truth is dependent on perspective. In that I materialise the ambiguity, the multifacetedness of a presence, I want my work to show me something that is the truth, almost in a transcendental way. It does not mean that I am capable. Of course I will fail in the end, but I flirt with the potency to make tangible something that is true. 

David Bielander 
(© Galerie Rob Koudijs)