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If paradise is half as nice 2 @ atelierhof Kreuzberg Berlin

The project ‘If paradise is half as nice 2′ was presented in Berlin a week after the presentation in Leipzig. The location was the exhibition space of Atelierhof Kreuzberg, a completely different surrounding then the original location in Leipzig and therefor a totally other presentation, based on the same works.

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If paradise is half as nice 2: the project

‘If paradise is half as nice’ is a project initiated by Pim Palsgraaf and Daan Botlek. This year me, Willem Besselink and Braam Braam had the honour to be part of the second edition of the event that takes place in an abandoned factory in Leipzig.

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Out of the white cube

If paradise is half as nice 2 : ‘Out of the white cube (Remains/Stolen footage)’

‘Out of the white cube (Remains/Stolen footage)’ is a series of work that came to existence during the ‘As paradise is half as nice’ project in Leipzig. The works are a follow up of previous works that I have made and have the same subtitle.

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LAAT at Wolfhart

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Together with Joshua Thies I started to host Wolfart/LAAT. Not only will we start programming Wolfart Projectspaces together, but we started a new cultural hangout together called ᏝᎯᎯᎱ LδδT டசசஎ LλλT LAAT. Continue Reading →

CBK

Hole in One

Hole in One is a work made for the Sports summer at the CBK Rotterdam. Six artist initiatives were asked to make a mini-golf hole. Continue Reading →

Improvised flipboard explaining why you should support the arts

Improvised flipboard explaining why you should support the arts

Improvised flipboard explaining why you should support the arts. As found at a Witte de With/De Apple benefit night. Continue Reading →

‘FRAMED’ Hommes, Rotterdam

‘FRAMED’ Hommes, Rotterdam

FRAMED is my project in projectspace/gallery Hommes in Charlois, Rotterdam. For this occasion I turned the space into a museum and curated a groupshow of famous artworks like works by Dali, Matisse, Klimt and Van Gogh.  Continue Reading →