Michael Jacklin, Untitled, 1993

Center of The Hague: Spui - Grote Markstraat - Kalvermarkt

Part of The Sculpture Gallery

Steel bridges and industrial buildings, Michael Jacklin (1956) loves to look at them. In this sculpture it seems like he has made a three-dimensional collage of various components of bridges. Six rectangular and three oval window frames lean against each other. These steel-iron constructions are all about the balance between the different parts and about the space that is created in between. Although they look like they were made industrially, Jacklin makes his sculptures by hand. This creates space for the human dimension and intuition.

Michael Jacklin, 1993, Untitled, iron
photo: Renate Boere, Cas Marks, Laurens van der Pool