You follow an uncertain course, sometimes get slightly damaged and hope for a safe arrival.
Boat shapes are of all times and all cultures. With these two boats (see also Uncertain Course I) I tried to make a universal shape, not a copy of a real boat, but a shape that you immediately recognize as such.
The sculpture is made of Belgian bluestone, polished to a glossy black. The lines, which refer to the erratic course, are engraved in it and filled with copper paint.
The two sculptures are also very suitable to place as a set of two. But they are not that small, you do need some space.
In this YouTube video you can see a number of phases of the creative process.