February 2009

At home-ness @ Art Rotterdam

05-02-2009, 20:01

At home-ness @ Art Rotterdam

At home-ness is an object that I made together with Henrik Jan Haarink for Art Rotterdam www.artrotterdam.nl. The object is placed in front of the Cruise Terminal where the 10th edition of Art Rotterdam takes place. This art fair for contemporary art has evolved into one of the most vibrant contemporary art fairs in Europe.



At home-ness
functions as a bus stop for the shuttle service to and from the exhibition Trendbeheer presenteert @ Art Rotterdam.The free shuttle service will run from the 5th till the 8th of February between 13.00 and 18.00 hours.

City Media

04-02-2009, 20:01

City Media

An item about the project At Home Anywhere and the waitingroom Home-ness is broadcasted through City Media in the Rotterdam subway Beurs.

Trendbeheer Presents @ Art Rotterdam

03-02-2009, 20:01

Trendbeheer Presents @ Art Rotterdam

Reduced world
#1 N 52° 00.800’ - E 097° 43.400’ / #2 N 54° 51.300’ - W 025° 17.170’ / #3 N 43° 39.190’ - E 090° 08.550’ / #4 S 13° 59.500’ - W 060° 27.600’ / #5 N 06° 29.900’ - E 018° 42.000’ / #6 S 25° 18.700’ - W 136° 17.900’


This installation presents the centre of gravity of each continent. (6 x 1m2)

Trendbeheer.com
presents an exhibition as a side program of Art Rotterdam with art pieces of more than twenty-five international artists on eight hundred square meters of exhibition space. The exhibition will be open for public from Thursday the 3th February until Sunday the 8th of February daily from 11.00 to 23.00 hours.

Symphony in White

02-02-2009, 20:01

Symphony in White

Centres of Gravity of Europe - work in progress
Friday 6th of February I show a work in progress at the exposition Symphony in White in Het Wilde Weten.


The till now visited centres and marks. Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedinië, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom