For Pantheon Phantasma 2020 during the IMM furniture fair in Cologne, Orson Oxo Van Beek made a floor lamp that references the obscure objects and silhouettes seen in 15th-century painting, 'the garden of earthly delights' by Jheronimus Bosch. Surrealist painters often recognize Bosch as the first modern painter to establish surreal landscapes. The enigmatic architectural sanctuaries seen within the different panels indicate a rich imagination where he visualizes shapes that the spectator cannot grasp.
This project was on show during the IMM Furniture Fair 2020 in Cologne in the exhibition 'Phanteon Phantasma' curated by Hannah Kuhlmann.
Material: EPS, Acrylic 1, Poly-Plamuur, Car Paint, 360° Neon Flex
Dimensions: W800 x D800 x H2000 mm