Patrick Vanden Eynde's work incorporates time as well as space, a fictional universe that only emerges bit by bit. While painting and drawing have been his primary instruments, nowadays he works with collage. The images, which may be enlarged or drawn over, are scanned and then laser-printed onto self-adhesive film. Each features one of four dominant aspects: evocation of sound; play with space; the technique of stitching or suture; and self-portraiture Vanden Eynde regards collage as a visual construction allowing the viewer to participate in the process: the creation of the work. The painting Atomizer (2007), using a support, Vanden Eynde was able to construe/suggest a number of rooms, using a selection of images garnered from the mass media. The various shapes and patterns he uses, many of which are derived from recent design history, cause shifts in meaning as different pictorial fragments are plucked from different contexts and collaged together.
Patrick Vanden Eynde was resident artist at the Rijksakademie in 1988-1990.
He won the Uriôt Prize (NL) in 1990.
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