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Info t.r.u 8 water mud canvas 30x35CM 2015

Tru 8 is made out of various types of mud: from deep dug soils to lingering sediments. By taking samples of mud from different places and placing them next to each other on one canvas, the wide variety of color (gradients) becomes visible. Every sample of mud has its own property. Those properties as well as the complex of the pattern caused the muds to merge and effuse over the canvas. Many things are formed by the mud and dust from the ground, like houses and roads, rivers and drinking cups, me and you.

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Info t.r.u 7 water mud canvas 30X50CM 2015

Tru 7 is made out of various types of local mud, from deep dug soils to lingering sediments. All these samples of mud were taken from the ground of Utrecht (Netherlands). By taking samples of mud from different places and putting them next to each other on one canvas, the wide variety of their properties becomes visible. Many things are formed by the mud and dust from the ground, like houses and roads, rivers and drinking cups, me and you.

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Info t.r.u 1 water mud canvas 115X100CM 2014

t.r.u 1 is made out of two types of mud samples: one came from the waterbed and the other came from the waterside. By placing one drop of each type close to each other, the two of them merged together without losing their identity.  Many things are formed by the mud and dust from the ground, like houses and roads, rivers and drinking cups, me and you.

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Info t.r.u 9 water mud canvas 30x30CM 2015

Tru 9  is made out of various types of mud: from deep dug soils to lingering sediments, taken from different places. Each type had its own property. Those properties as well as the complex of the pattern cause the muds to merge and effuse over the canvas. Many things are formed by the mud and dust from the ground, like houses and roads, rivers and drinking cups, me and you.

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Info t.r.u 11 water mud canvas 2016

t.r.u 11 is made out of various types of mud: from deep dug soils to lingering sediments. By taking samples of mud from different places and placing them next to each other on one canvas, the wide variety of color (gradients) becomes visible. Every sample of mud has its own property. Those properties as well as the complex of the pattern caused the muds to merge and effuse over the canvas. Many things are formed by the mud and dust from the ground, like houses and roads, rivers and drinking cups, me and you.

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