De Appel reopens in a different location in Amsterdam. The first exhibition opens with Allard van Hoorn’s Skies over Snaefell, an interactive project that links the lighting in the room to the weather conditions over the Isle of Man mountain called Snaefell.
Wondering why the room is lit bright red, in the middle of the day, when the Appel itself shows blue and grey pictures of the work, we searched for an answer. It turns out the Snaefell has a namesake which is the most likely cause of the red skies. See for yourself.
where | Amsterdam
what | De Appel
who | Allard van Hoorn