Anne Holtrop: “A possible architecture”
In my work I start with forms and materials which often come from outside the logic of architecture itself. With the idea that all things can be perceived and conceived differently, everything can become architecture. Like in a Rorschach inkblot, a butterfly and a lake can be seen in it. The way I work with this material is an intuitive way, more or less without a plan, and that is characterized with not wanting to know the end result on forehand, but being more interested in a certain way of making and seeing. In that way an architecture occurs by inventing what could be its next step, that is based on previous steps taken.