The bronze landscapes of Serden were created while building. With a wooden or stone plinth as a starting point and a head full of memories to draw on, he gets to work. The result is a new world that clearly bears traces of its own history. Balancing on the edge of the abyss, they form an irresistibly capricious image. The viewer is condemned to long for the existence of these towns and villages.
In the images you see this battle between the elements depicted: the bronze molds itself to the contours of the natural wooden or stone plinth. In this way the process that the artist has set in motion is continued by the viewer. With Serden it starts with imagination and an image is created. From here one can fantasize endlessly. The female model is also an important recurring subject in his work. A monumental appearance and a powerful design language are characteristic of this. Serden studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Arnhem.