Looking back at her graduation show, there’s one specific word that keeps popping up: wonderment. This might be the most important guidebook for Lieve’s visual and intuitive exploration. She tries to make a tactile, sensual world where a childlike innocence is combined with sculptural qualities. The viewer gets involved in an abstract, sculptural language between objects that seem to be suspended in a kind of dance, driven by attration and reaction. Like atoms and molecules bouncing off of each other. For Lieve sculpting is fascinating because of its physicality and the way the spectator can get effected.