Permanent work at the sculpture landscape of Lavangsnes Wunderkammer in Norway.
6 spades covert in dust made from different rocks found at the shore line in the local fjords.Continue Reading →
A TEXT ABOUT IN DUST THINGS MEET BY TIES TEN BOSCH WRITTEN BY SARIE NIJBOER
At the core of Ties Ten Bosch’s work lies an observation and understanding of the world around us, a process of constant exploration of what we see and foremost how we see. With each series of work, the artist experiments with the possibilities of seeing. The installation In Dust Things Meet is a continuation of his approach to this experimentation. The work emerged from his residency and artistic project If paradise is half as nice #11, which took place in 2021 in an abandoned GDR department store in Meuselwitz, Germany.Continue Reading →
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.
‘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.
Improvised flipboard explaining why you should support the arts. As found at a Witte de With/De Apple benefit night. Continue Reading →
Hotel Stardust, Paramaribo, Suriname
As a setup for the SPAN EXPO at the Surnaamsche Bank, I organized a party at the never used, open air bar at the Stardust Hotel, built in the 70’s. A forgotten place, next to the overgrown tennis court and basketball field, now used as a storage for everything that is not needed in the hotel anymore. Continue Reading →
For the ‘Grensloos Kunstverkennen’ art-route at Ijhorst/De Wijk I created the work ‘This is it’. In the garden of a beautiful old farm I used a dead tree-trunk to create a work that fitted the exhibition and its surroundings. The tree was overgrown with ivy, which made it look like a sort of ancient greek pillar. The ‘gallery’ built around the tree was made of wood contributed by a farmer from the area and was completely white from the inside.