For several years, Victor Hunt and I had wanted to work together. In 2011, as my research outlined itself during my residency (from 2009 to 2012) at CIRVA, the International Glass and Visual Arts Research Centre of Marseille, France, it became clear this was the perfect occasion to finally team up and finalise experiments into productions. For over a year, CIRVA, Victor Hunt and I joined forces in organizing and defining the making and the editions of SHIFT, SPOT and BLOCK.
In September 2012, during the Design September event in Brussels, Victor Hunt presented, in its gallery in Brussels, the results of this collaboration through the exhibition entitled Glassworks. As the works would later travel and be shown in various places such as Interieur (BE), Design/Miami (US) and Dubaï Design Days (UAE), I concieved the exhibition design as a light, transportable and efficient structure. The works were displayed on retro-illuminated tables, made from beautiful Italian scaffolding parts and thick alveolar polycarbonate sheets. The exhibition also included a selection of 34 photographs which I took in Marseille at CIRVA, which illustrate and demystify the making of the works. Additionally, Victor Hunt also published a catalogue documenting my research carried out during my residency at CIRVA.