Excursions | Tilburg | July 2015
Selected works by James Turrell in museum De Pont in Tilburg. Some of his work took a second round because the third dimension wasn't initially apparent. The documentary about Turrell's magnum opus <em>the Roden Crater</em> is especially worth watching.
Excursions | Leiden | June 2015
De Meelfabriek in Leiden hosts an international exhibition in which twenty contemporary artists from all over the world have been invited to exhibit their work or to make a new piece that reflects their vision on today’s globalized world.
La Grotte Stellaire
Favorites | May 2015
La Grotte Stellaire IV in Hezliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Julien Salauds stellar cave inspired by ethno-astronomer Chantal Jègues Wolkiewiez, is at its best when it’s realigning the room with polygon wireframes.
In an equally enchanting and compelling installation Daan Roosegaarde floods the museum square in Amsterdam. Dutch spectators who have forgotten just how far their country lies beneath sea level have a glimpse of the reality that is being kept out by Dutch engineering.
Favorites | April 2014
Bold colourful graphics, automotive context, I love Maser's work! But where have I seen this before? | gallery
Favorites | March 2015
Daniel Crooks stitched together this endless back alley.
Favorites | Februari 2015
The Factory Set | KunstHal
Excursions | Rotterdam | December 2014
As a long time admirer of his work, the exhibition The Factory Set in the KunstHal in Rotterdam is my first chance to finally meet a lot of Ron van der Ende’s work up close.
And that’s especially important because however cool his objects of choice may be, the real wonder is in the faux-3D of the work.