Inversie @ De Fabriek Eindhoven
INVERSIE “Camping de Chloorie” at Kunstpodium-T
The Big Art an Tiny Golf Disco Exhibition
Mapping with water – Almelo
Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Den Haag
In display 100 boxes with the last cement of the former quarry of ENCI
For many decades mining was the main movement in this particular area in Maastricht. Since 2020 the factory is officially closed and the ENCI area is promised to be given back to nature.
Questioning: Is it possible to give a place back to nature when it is stuck in many structures as streets and walls. Can we actually give ENCI its grounds back?
The installation was part of the module: Cartographies of the Vanishing Now – Ecology Futures, MIVC ‘s-Hertogenbosch
If you are interested in a box of ENCI Cement: Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kunstpodium-T Online exhibition 11/05/20 – 24/05/20
Apprentice Master Program
In collaboration with; Koes Staassen, Beatrijs Rümke, Harm In ’t Groen, Iris Schuurs
Is it still an elevator when the elevator doesn’t work.
It’s like a glass of water upside down.
Even though the water looks captured, you can feel it moving without seeing it.
The only thing is, you first have to turn the glass.
The elevator in the building of les Brasseurs is out of order since 31st of December 1990. It is connecting the basement with the ground floor and the first level.
For almost 30 years the only movement in the air shaft was the wind that found his way on stormy days. From a crack in the roof through the basement.
To change the movement a fan was installed on the lowest level, that blew up air during the exhibition. Different from the wind, the other way around.
The ground of Maastricht contains shards of decades. Many originating from Sfinxs, an old crystal and ceramics factory which is now closed for many years. These shards contain the history of the past. In Centre Ceramique, a cultural centre and depot of ceramics findings, I created a free zone for the shards of the present, in the central hall above the depot.
In total there were 10 boxes of ceramics where available for the visitors to throw. In one hour, all the objects were in pieces.
Project was part of Museumnacht Maastricht 2019, Location: Céntre Ceramique