‘HCW15-02’ on show at The Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics
On the occasion of Galerie de Witte Voet founder Annemie Boissevain winning the Van Achterberghprijs, Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics presents an exhibition with works shown at the gallery. On show from 08-12-2018/27-10-2019 with works by Satoru Hoshino, Maarten Heijkamp, Pablo Ponce, Nick Renshaw, Piet Stockmans, Anne-Marie van Sprang, Irene Vonck. More about the work here
Three concrete reliefs for school Melanchthon Kralingen
Finalized three large concrete reliefs for the facade of newly build secondary school Melanchthon Kralingen in Rotterdam. Read more on the project page
Solo presentation at Rotterdam Contemporary Art Fair
The new mobile Photographic Hammer at BredaPhoto
In May 2016 my proposal ‘The Photographic Hammer’ won the competition ‘Design a camera obscura’ of BLASt (Breda Landscape, Architecture and city planning) and BredaPhoto International Photo Festival. The new mobile camera obscura can make paper prints and photographical ceramic reliefs. I’ll be showing the camera with the Photographic Hammer at BredaPhoto festival and will be making a photographic work by exposing on wet clay.
Exhibition ‘The Photographic Ceramic Relief’ at Galerie de Witte Voet
From 10 September until 22 October my solo exhibition ‘The Photographic Ceramic Relief’ will be on show at Galerie de Witte Voet. The exhibition aims to introduce the viewer to the intensive four-year long period of transitioning my work from photography into ceramics.
Works in the exhibition are made possible by the generous support of Creative Industries Fund NL and Stokroos Foundation
Project ‘Triumph of the Garden’ at Shiryaevo Biennale, Samara, Russia
I intend to investigate dacha gardening as an aspect of Russian society that operates outside the financial system and in the process of doing so avoids the alienation of modern day consumers with nature. I will convert a dacha into a camera obscura by mounting a lens in the wall. In front of the lens, bathing in sunlight, a cabbage from the garden will be placed. Inside the projection of the cabbage is engraved in a surface of wet Volga clay using my invention the ‘Photographic Hammer’.
This project has been made possible by the generous support of Creative Industries Fund NL and the European Cultural Foundation