Light enters the space between two monoliths. It touches the fine skin of chamotte brick and lays bare a counter form, that immediately becomes part of the experience of the sculptural composition. In his monumental works Rembrand Jordan creates a new genre of archetypes, trying to awaken our attentiveness as a gate to subconscious energy. His robust builds allude to meanings that lay hidden in the cultural memory of mankind. The use of brick is as old as the world and was already mentioned in Genesis, the first book of the Bible. With this particular artwork in pink chamotte clay Jordan honors the legacy of Greek antiquity. The artifacts of ancient pottery and architecture; fragile like all matter, eventually fell to dust. And yet the ideas of this highly developed culture became the foundations of contemporary thinking.
|Material||-||Chamotte clay brick on a wooden structure|
|Year||-||2019 - 2020, 2019|