Herbarium Vivum (2013) is a site specific installation for the exhibition (Re)Source, the 10th edition of Beelden op de Berg, at the Belmonte Arboretum in Wageningen. Ten different crop plants are growing in an extremely limited space: inside a frame that is almost 2-dimensional. In this way, the plants will finally resemble their own representation in herbaria and botanical illustrations.
The ten crops consist of: hemp, mustard, cucumber, corn, borage, marrowfat, poppy, tomato, tobacco and potato. (via Herbarium Vivum, site specific installation Wageningen, Driessens & Verstappen, 2013)
M. C. Escher
Mosaic II 
Dichroic Filter Piece, 2012
Dichroic filters, cut glass, DVD player, projector. Photo: Alex Chomicz
Yellow and White Brushstrokes,