Project Rotterdam, 2016
Multi solo exhibition at the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
On 13 February 2016 Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen began a celebration of the city in the group manifestation Project Rotterdam. The museum is showcasing the artistic quality of a new generation of makers. Work by more than twenty artists and designers living and working in Rotterdam will appear in a growing number of museum galleries.
Project Rotterdam is providing this new generation with the opportunity to increase their exposure with new installations and interventions in the museum. Daisy Kroon, for example, has designed the ideal pair of trousers for Rotterdam man. Wouter Venema’s work is like a map with multiple perspectives, and Johannes Langkamp uses his installation to focus on the difference between the human eye and the camera lens. Bertjan Pot’s contribution to the exhibition is a colourful installation centred on his latest design discovery. By presenting the multifaceted output of these makers together, the museum is reflecting artistic trends in today’s Rotterdam. At the same time the project gives these artists and designers an opportunity to show their work to a national and international public.
Read more at http://www.boijmans.nl/en/10/press/pressitem/560#pwVxzXWQEJGQgLWk.99
Vierhoekige visie / Quadrilateral Vision
Kinetic video installation
Beeld perspectief vormer
Kinetic model - mixed media
6,8 x 8 cm x 13 (L, W, H)
Videosketches: Search for the frame
HD digital film with sound
Duur / Duration: 4’08”
Kinetic light projection on photographic paper
Wodden frame with non-reflecting glas