Wim Delvoye’s profane messages hammered into rocks in stunning scale
Wim Delvoye – Sweetheart, 2003 Sweetheart. Out for pizza. Back in 10 mins. Gianni
Published: August 20, 2014
With the advancement of technology, delivering messages has never been this easy. All we do is create emails, text messages and even twitter posts, and it’s just a click away! Except for the Belgian artist who puts great effort in delivering such message, Wim Delvoye.
About Wim Delvoye’s mountain carvings
Delvoye created iconic works by inscribing messages on mountains on a massive scale. Just a simple message, he put a great effort of putting reminders beyond the ordinary. Instead of painting a canvas to put out his creativity, he sets out a statement by making an effort to connect with nature. Come to think of it, he sets out a message to everyone by being aware that each significant human experience correlates with the forces of nature.
Wim Delvoye – Waited Till 9 Waited till 9. Where were you? Do you still love me? Michelle
Wim Delvoye – Rude but Cute, 2000 Rude but cute. 18 year old babe. 018 83 87 840
Wim Delvoye – Out Walking the Dog, 2000 Out walking the dog. Back soon. Tina
Wim Delvoye – Garbage, 2000 Honey, don’t forget to take out the garbage. Nina
Wim Delvoye – Darling I’ll be back, 2003 Darling – I’ll be back around midnight. David
Wim Delvoye – Bell is broken, 2000 Bell is broken. Please knock. Tina
Wim Delvoye – Lasagna, 2000 Honey, Lasagna in the fridge. Love you, S.
Wim Delvoye – Minou, 2000 Minou, I want to marry you
Wim Delvoye – Swiss Mountain, 1996 Susan, out for a pizza. Back in five minutes. George
Wim Delvoye – Mountains – Keys, David, Pizza, Mike, 2000, watercolour and colour pencil, 60 x 50 cm Mum. Key are you know where David Susan, out for a pizza. Back in five minutes. George Mike. Dinner is in the oven. Jill.