Thomas Klein Horsman’s practice is about finding the balance between composition, colour and materials.
His abstract sculptures are made of mdf panels and a variety of different plywoods, like poplar, birch and oukemé.
Through the use of complementary colour combinations and bright gradients, a dynamic interaction between three dimensional forms and colour occurs.
‘My fascination for infrastructure and architecture is the inspiration for my work and comes from my love for skateboarding.
The essence of skateboarding is to express your individuality through the use of the urban environment.
You could see it as a physical counterpart to graffiti. Because of this, my attention has always been focused on the urban nuances and the possibilities they behold.’