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Ferry Staverman

I found out about Ferry Staverman from a beautiful blog prettypretty.

Object cut from Bee board (a form of layered cardboard using laminate and recycled cardboard).

Object from Exhibition at Weekend Art Gallery Loolaan 49, 2007
Cut from Bee board

The website is in Flemish, so we ran the text through an online translator and gathered this much information. The Exhibition at the Weekend Art Gallery Loolaan 49, in Apeldoornwas was held in 2006 . Under the theme of Space Odyssey, Ferry Staverman studied the possibilities of spatial exploration. The objects created reflect a personal travel, where the artist developed the object and its surrounding space figuratively.

[images and text from Ferry Staverman.]

Ferry Staverman can be contacted at de Heze 38 7335 BD Apeldoorn; Tel: (31) 05 5541 8608. For more information, visit Ferry Staverman.

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