The work of visual artist Sil Krol consists of interventions in public space and site-specific installations. The sculptures, architectural interventions and actions emerge spontaneously in public places and due to their imagery and designed forms sometimes take official shapes which do despair the observer and authorities.
Three main themes are reflected in his recent work; a number of works encourage experimental use of public space and present in this way an 'open stage', while other interventions embody the (abstract) functioning of power and control. A third main question is "whose is the public space and what is permissible and what is not?" Through subtle interventions these fundamental issues are put to the test.