The oeuvre of visual artist Ronald de Ceuster (Breda, 1960) consists mainly of installations that always relate to space.
The spatial drawings, as he calls the installations, appear to be signs of decay, vulnerability and fragility, but at the same time evoke a feeling of playfulness, lightness and freedom.
In recent years de Ceuster has been busy integrating his theater background into his visual idiom. His installations are now not only autonomous visual works, but also form a spatial environment for his theater performances.

Distorted Wall (2012) - purfoam
De Bewaerschole, Burgh-Haamstede
Droogzolder in de Dudokhaken, Amsterdam (2009)