Each flower is made out of plastic rubbish donated by the person or family it is named after. The names of these flowers refer not only to the idea of a new creation made out of old ingredients, but also memorialize the few days of plastic trash from that person.
Each floating composition on both sides of the carriage bridge was made out of plastic rubbish given to me. So the "Carmen" flower was made with Carmen’s garbage. I invited those connected with Land Art Maastricht in some manner, to give me their plastic trash and from these I bred the "Tama," "Carmen," "Carla," "Denise," "Jacqueline," "Reinharda," and "Janssen" flowers.
The movements of each 'flower' were constrained by nylon lines so while they were always in motion a specific dynamic composition was maintained.
It appeared as if they were moving back and forth in a choreographed dance around each other.
The effects of the wind on the water and on the shapes of these 'flowers' added both variety and a naturalness to these continuous movements.