The installation ECCE HOMO consists of 2 big drops of blown glass filled with liquid.
The installation is placed on top of a gravestone, under each form a photograph of an eye is seen.
The installation refers to the philosopher and glass grinder Spinoza in which he explains that a lens sharpens your view on the world.
The water in the glass-drops enlarges and changes the perspective of the photographs underneath the big drops while the spectator walks around the installation.
ECCE HOMO 2001
blown glass; photographs