Tag Archives: rotterdam


Helmut Smits

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Helmut Smits, ‘Always Coca-Cola’ (2014)

This plant is only watered with Coca-Cola.


Lara Almarcegui

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‘Construction Rubble of TENT’s Central Space’ (2011) by Lara Almarcegui.

Piles of raw construction material that equal the amounts used to build the exhibition space.


Melvin Moti

Melvin Moti, ‘Toast’ (2003)


Helmut Smits

Helmut Smits, ‘no title (grand piano)’ (2006)


Tomo Savic-Gecan

Untitled (2011) by Tomo Savic-Gecan

The room shown in the movie is one out of four rooms for the installation ‘untitled’ (2011). Savic-Gecan made this installation for the Witte de With, Rotterdam (NL) exhibition Melanchotopia. The text on the wall explains: “Every change in temperature in the city of Rotterdam causes one of the spaces in Witte de With to open and close.”


Maurice Meewisse

Maurice Meewisse, ‘The woodworks’ (2010)

Meewisse travelled to the woods in the most eastern part of the Netherlands, where he chopped down a lot of trees. The wood harvested in the forest was taken home to produce a variety of construction materials.


Rotterdam

 

Another fine day in Rotterdam, thanks for all the birthday wishes!

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Marjolijn Dijkman

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The landscape was a mixture of the strange and the beautiful..

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“Well, I don’t know about the treasure, but I’m sure there is fever there.”

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“There was no evidence that man had ever sat foot here before”

Marjolijn Dijkman, stills from ‘Surviving new land’ (2009)

A video shot for Portscapes, a series of art projects along the coast of the Maasvlakte, near Rotterdam.

Dijkman shot the video from a boat circling a newly created island. This video was eventually dubbed with audio excerpts from moviescenes where people are entering land from the water.

Lo-res video here

Below is an interview with Dijkman about the project

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Oskar Dawicki

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Oskar Dawicki, ‘I’m sorry’ (2010)

Live in front of the audience Dawicki reads a text explaining he’s sorry for the failed performance he’s giving. Finally, to make up for wasting the audience’s time and the curator’s chance of putting on a good show, he hands out sweets while a taperecorder plays the sound of him crying and once more apologizing.

A performance seen in Rotterdam during Witte de With’s performance cycle ‘Let us compare mythologies’. Pictures by Peter Rakossy.

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More fine work by Dawicki downstairs….

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Opening Nikki Koole @ Galerie Gallery

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Nikki Koole on the keyboard…

Saturday April 3, Galerie Gallery: Opening of the exhibition by Nikki Koole. Pictures of the opening here!

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