Nixjes with Sylvia Lai
/2010 - on going/

Objects about little bit of nothing

The naming of nixjes came from nothing (nix) and little bit (jes in dutch). Objects which is nothing can be beautiful, depending on how you see and how you think.

We both enjoyed to search and collect for materials, forms and small objects or plants around us. We appreciate their beauty and get inspired. We would like to share our happiness with you. Enjoy 'Nixjes' – a little bit of almost nothing.

Collaboration with: Sylvia Lay
Documentation of the process: James Teng
For buying Nixjes please contact: Christianouwens



Material: Nixjes, Porcelain

Supported by Dorine de Vos

To be exhibited at Christian Ouwens Gallery
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