©2020 Dominique de Cock. All rights reserved.

Essential Memory 11, 2020.   22” by 18”  Charcoal dust, water and gouache on wax paper.

Dominique de Cock

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Dominique de Cock

Fragility remaining a recurrent theme in her work, de Cock incorporates elements like dust, air, and shadow on wax and tissue papers to capture the passing of time.

Her steel wire and paper sculptures are sensitive to the touch and react to the slightest movement. The transparent nature of these pieces is akin to the idea of turning air into tangible forms: a process evoking the ephemerality of nature.

Lately, de Cock has been studying the impact of memory on identity, asking "Does my memory inform me, and how".

Serendipity emanates from the improbable shapes of pearls of water that she creates on wax paper, revealed into existence by dust.

She lives and works in Harlem, NY.

©2020 Dominique de Cock. All rights reserved.

Menina 44, 2019.   4” H by 12" D   Watercolor, gouache and ink on wax paper.