Jesse Visser presents imposing monumental limited editions:
triptychs – of which the largest is 1.65 meters high and 2.30 meters wide – that resemble autonomous art pieces but turn out to be functional lighting designs.
This huge narrative work suggest a triptych with wood-painted panels from a medieval church but is a contemporary and daring statements of solid high-polished stainless-steel. Triptychs are used, in the traditional sense, to tell a story. This work, with the Latin title ‘Cogitatio inanis’ (best translated as ‘thoughtless mind’), is only about emptiness, reflection and material.