Fred Eerdekens

  • blue, 2020
    copper text
    11.02 x 22.83 x 10.63 in
  • quiet, 2022
    Kupfer Text
    15.75 x 19.69 x 11.81 in
  • air, 2022
    Kupfer Text
    09.84 x 14.17 x 5.91 in
  • It is everything, 2022
    copper text
    5.91 x 17.72 x 5.91 in
  • Thinking of the doubts of the
    man that was not sure, 2021
    copper text 5.91 x 59.06 in

* 1951 born

Fred Eerdekens is a visual artist, living and working in Hasselt, Belgium. He studied Sculpture and Graphic Art at 'Provincial Higher Institute of Art and Architecture in Hasselt, and was professor at PHL (now: MAD Academy) in Hasselt and HISK in Antwerp. His career was interrupted for almost four years because of a serious car-accident in 2006.

Mainly, Eerdekens works in three dimensions with the components language, material, light and shadow.   The basis for his works are the texts he writes himself.    He often generates opposite notions, sometimes words contradict each other and meaning shifts and turns about. His very sculptural body of work provides the impetus for a world which can only be imagined through words.  In the shadows, where the light fails, a story of things lacking is often told, sometimes short, sometimes lyrical or longing.

Besides these sculptural works, Eerdekens draws in a variety of techniques and materials, but most often in watercolour.   

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