The triviality series of Lucas Hoeben shows the range of object images that are connected to art but are no objects of art itself. This subject observes the unseen side aspects of art which yet facilitates art as a phenomenon. As Lucas Hoeben aspires to describe the artworld as a whole, they include these as well. For instance, Lucas Hoeben depicts the bouquets a museum or institution places at the entrance or in a hall. Or he reproduces the benches that are placed in a museum to take a quiet look at a picture.
Bench 2013 _ A reproduction in fiberboard of a museum bench in museum De Hallen in Haarlem, The Netherlands
Flower Series : De Appel, Amsterdam_Photographic print and graphite on paper 42x29cm._2015
Flower Series : Frans Hals Museum,Haarlem_Photographic print and graphite on paper 42x29cm._2016
Flower Series : De Appel, Amsterdam_Photographic print and graphite on paper_42x29cm._2016
Bench, Teylers Museum Haarlem [reconstruction of a former formation of the bench in the Paintings Gallery II]_38x16x20 cm._Clay_2015
Bench, Teylers Museum Haarlem [reconstruction of the bench in the Paintings GalleryII]_wall drawing_graphite_700x375cm._2015