The force behind Jacobs work comes down to visually describing an artistic statement, grounded in an investigation into material and space.
Jacobs reduces and unmasks as a way to help clarify ones own story. These are things that either exist in reality, or objects which model themselves on reality.
The difference between abstraction and substance, between foreground and background, between illusionary and real space.
Through these suspended and ambiguous objects I create a sense of uncertainty around the work’s existence and its limits, opening up new possibilities for interpretation. A pursuit towards what is absolutely established. An approach where the emphasis lies in the composition; between objects, material, space and people.