If art can be created by construction, partial demolition and reconstruction, using a carrousel of decisions, Kuin Heuff goes beyond this: she puts the knife in an apparently completed work. Kuin Heuff (Dordrecht, 1969) added a dimension to her painted works by adding air and space in her paintings.
Although Heuff is primarily regarded as a painter, the main theme that characterizes her work is another, more philosophical one. It’s about creating an image and removing part of the image until a core remains. A core image in which both sides of that process come together: appear and disappear.