Artist Arend Groosman (1983) has always been interested in systems, shapes and architecture. Experimenting with different shapes and materials in his search of new systems constitutes the main theme throughout his work. Sustainability and transformation are important incentives to generate new insights. Usually his projects have a playful undertone, but the artist also often refers to certain unease in our dynamic and quickly changing society. Part of his work, therefore, is dedicated to finding a way out of this society. In this process the utopian ideal itself is more important than actually reaching this goal. With this ideal as basic principle, transformable and mobile projects are created which together form an independent, constantly changing and growing universe. From construction and experimental shapes to spatial installation and from utensils to furniture, all of these are part of Arend Groosman transformable reality.