This sculptural floor lamp made by Orson Oxo Van Beek references the obscure objects seen in the 15th-century painting, 'the garden of earthly delights' by Jheronimus Bosch. The enigmatic architectural sanctuaries seen within the different panels indicate a rich imagination where he visualizes shapes that the spectator cannot grasp.
Orson intends to capture these sculptural forms and translate those to a contemporary floor lamp. This atypical lamp emphasizes more on the aesthetic value than the functional. Within the body of this shape, neon-like light tubes are morphing out, which emit an atmospheric warm-colored glow.
During the Antwerp Art Weekend Orson Oxo Van Beek will also be displaying other/new work in the same sculptural sphere.