Anneke Eussen (1978, NL) lives and works in Vaals (NL)
Repurposing materials reshuffles their meaning, creating different angles to look through. Eussen considers the glass works as ‘Zeit-Zeichnungen’ (time drawings). The traces of humidity, rain, dust, rust create a unique appearance for every work. With only a couple of actions she brings a tension between materials, between controlled and uncontrolled action.
- Anneke Eussen, 2023
Her practice involves reusing found pieces of glass
Works often precariously hang - seemingly floating - play with time and gravity
works are very spatial, sculptural and reference architectural elements such as archways, doorways, fixings etc.
Drawing is also a key aspect of her practice - it will definitely be useful for me to centre drawing within my work - using it to think through designs and plans for sculptures but also considering if I can further develop my drawings such as printing them, collages them or making more imagery from them. Edit: 29.08.2023 - this became very significant as my sketches became a key component of my publication - looking at how mark making and paper can be exploited for their material qualities - looking at the translucency of the paper, the flow of ink - how lines can be abstracted.
TOMORROW 03, 02, 01, 2021
2 Time-stained car panes, 1 broken glass plate in plexiglass frame
She creates very simplistic and peaceful imagery - very cool
Makes use of the subtle difference in colouration - this contrasts well with the clean and crips Perspex frames that the objects are held in
She is described as compiling found glass panels sourced from buildings and automobiles into glass assemblages
NOTHING GETS LOST IN TIME, 2020
Antique glass with traces of paint in plexiglass frames
Negative space becomes very important in the work and is drawn awareness too due to the framing of pieces.
CLOSING THE VOID, 2020
Marble tiles from the renovation works at the state library in Berlin, black cords
LIFTING THE OUTLINES, 2021
23 x 23 cm (19x)
OVERCASTING CLOUDS 01, 2021
102 x 15 cm (10 parts)
MAPPING 01, 2021
Recycled black glass plate, antique glass cut in strips, nails
103 x 116 cm
YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND ME, 2014
dyptich of old marble plate from washing table with holes and placed vertically and next to exactly repro- duced copy, 2 variations of line drawing with elastic band 2×(68 × 39 × 2)cm unique, private collection