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Re:Rotterdam 2013

From 6 till 10 february the Re:Rotterdam art fair took place. A fair for small galleries and individual artists.  My personal booth showed the series of works under the name ‘Remains/Stolen footage’

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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 →

‘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 →

Dit is het

Dit is het

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.

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Brands @ Küf/Mold

During the Küf/mold edition, a traveling art project, in Rotterdam thirty local artists and from the rest of the world got connected to a shop in the area of Charlois. Every artists made an artwork at the location. I got appointed the location of the second hand shop called ‘Piekfijn’.

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Trappen/Tribune/Tent

In 2009 I was invited by Tent. Rotterdam to make a work for their 10th anniversary. In order to celebrate this event I wanted to open up the exhibition space to the street by creating direct entrance through the windows of the building.

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