Found poster, oil paint on canvas.
Mixed media (lackered MDF, compressed garbage from the artist and his friends), 20x20x40cm x 3
Mixed media (garbage, lackered MDF)
205×18,5×18,5 cm,131×18,5×18,5 cm, 75×18,5×18,5 cm, 57×18,5×18,5 cm, 37×18,5×18,5 cm
A room filling installation of 225 cubes of compressed garbage. Continue Reading →
Review on my show at Blitzkunst. For full article click here.
“Kunst ist immer abhängig vom Raum, in dem sie gezeigt wird. Mit der Installation eines Werkes steht man vor der Herausforderung, die Gegebenheiten des Raumes zu nutzen und sich gleichzeitig dagegen zu behaupten. Ten Bosch hat diese beiden Notwendigkeiten zu einer Einheit verbunden und überlässt dem Betrachterauge die Entscheidung über die Gewichtung zwischen Kunst und Raum.” – Annika von Taube at Blitzkunst.wordpress.de
(photo: Annika von Taube)
When the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre in 1911, the museum received more visitors then ever before. The same thing happened when ‘The Scream’ was stolen from the National Gallery in Oslo in 1994. The people lined up in front of the empty space that the painting had left behind. Continue Reading →
These works are follow ups of two works from two works that I made in 2014. The works are made with material taken from Witte de With in Rotterdam during the building up of the show of AA Bronson.
From the 6th of august till the 7th of september 2014 I spend my time working in Leipzig. Together with Willem Besselink, Pim Palsgraaf, Daan Botlek, Regina Kelaita and Bram Braam, I used an old empty factory building to make site specific works in order to present this during the ‘Tag für Industrie Kultur Leipzig’. Parallel to this presentation we had a small show at Post-Industriale as a teaser for our factory show as well.
Invited by the organisation of the Ampelhaus in Oranienbaum (Germany) I spent four weeks working at this unique location in the small village close to Dessau. This residency period ended with a participation with four of my works in the exhibition ‘Unter zwischen im Ampelhaus’, two new ones and two works that were created last year in Leipzig.
‘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.
A solo show at Upominki Rotterdam resulted in ‘I don’t quit my daytime job’. The show presented the first works of the ‘Remains/Stolen Footage’-series. The title refers to the background of the materials used for the works which come from jobs I do to maintain my income.
During the ‘Verborgen Tuinen’ event, I created a closed hatch at the garden of a housing block in Charlois, Rotterdam. This hatch could be a way to pass to another space, basement, tunnel or whatever. But in the meantime it is also an exit from such a space to the garden. What it really is we will not know, because the hatch appears to be locked tight!