Everyday Play @ KK Outlet, London

My bananaboxes TV-Tower featuring the video works Domestic Science, Air Freshener and 2 Minutes is part of the exhibition Everyday Play at KK-Outlet in London. KK Outlet is at Vans Covent Garden store from October 11 – November 10, 2019

The other artists are: Daniel Eatock, Clifford Jago, Harry Grundy, We Make Carpets, DR.ME, PUTPUT, Gab Bois, Hannes Nienhueser, Helmut Smits, and KesselsKramer.

Exhibition Time(less) MIR Project @ Turfhaven Doesburg

MIR Project has invited three artist to create new work for the exhibition Time(less) in Doesburg. I’m one of them and I’ve created a new video installation called “De tuinen van Doesburg”. The other artist are Gerco de Ruijter and Hans Wijninga.

The opening is Saturday the 24th of August at 4pm.
The exhibition runs until the 29th of September 2019. 
Visiting hours: Friday to Sunday, 1-5pm

More information at mirproject.nl 

Presentation of my new publication KIDS’ STUFF @ FOAM, Amsterdam

I’m very pleased to invite you to the launch and presentation of my new publication KIDS’ STUFF at Foam in Amsterdam, Thursday 6th of June from 18:30 to 19:30.
KIDS’ STUFF is a riso printed zine about the transformative power of objects. All portraits were made in collaboration with the portrayed. All other images were made by 12-year olds from Almere during a number of master classes I taught. The design of the zine is made by Maartje Slijpen.

My work is on display at Blast! Festival of Photography

Blast! Festival of Photography runs from the 24th of May until the 29th of June. It’s a great line-up [see below] and all the exhibitions, film screenings, events, talks and walks will be presented on the streets, the metro line, shops, libraries and pubs, on historic buildings and in the community halls and venues of Sandwell. My work will be exhibited amid all the buzz of the indoor market in West Bromwich [UK].

Anand Chhabra – Andrew Jackson – Annegien van Doorn – Bethany Kane – Billy Dosanjh – Black Country Living – Black Country Sikhs – Brendan Barry – Chantal Rens – Czesław Siegieda – Dawinder Bansal – Emma Purshouse – Erik Kessels – Faye Claridge – Five Decades of Self Portrait – Girl Gaze – Inka and Niclas Lindergård – Jan McCullough – Jaskirt Boora – Jon Tonks – Kate Jackson – Laura Pannack – Liz Hingley – Mahtab Hussain – Mark Murphy – Martin Parr – Niall McDiarmid – Nilupa Yasmin – Robert Clayton – Rob Hewitt – Sandwell Stories – Sound Kitchen – Stephen Burke – The Caravan Gallery – Trevor Pitt – Vicky Roden

Vouch #01

I’m excited to be part of the very first edition of Vouch

Vouch is hèt platform waar mensen die nieuwsgierig zijn naar kunst en kunst kopen, direct in contact komen met kunstenaars en hun werk. Binnen Vouch staan kunstenaars in voor elkaars werk en hun netwerken. Vouch staat voor ontmoeten, gunnen, delen en inspireren!

De deelnemende kunstenaars zijn: Annegien van Doorn – André Pielage – Anke Land – Annegret Kellner – Anook Cléonne – Anya Janssen – Barbara Polderman – Brieke Drost – Caren van Herwaarden – Casper Verborg – Coen Vernooij – Ellert Haitjema – Emmy Bergsma – Erna Anema – Lenneke van der Goot – Liesbeth Doornbosch – Louise te Poele – Maartje Folkeringa – Maurice Braspenning – Marena Seeling – Mirka Farabegoli – Rob Voerman – Rosemin Hendriks – Toon Berghahn

Eye Will Follow @ Small Museum Paradiso, Amsterdam

Eye Will Follow is a site-specific work commissioned by Small Museum Paradiso. Paradiso is a famous music venue in a former church in Amsterdam and the Small Museum is situated in one of the cabinets at the facade (which used to function as the church’s notice board). Paradiso is also known as Pop Temple. Nowadays it’s not God who’s being worshiped in the church, but pop culture. With this work I react on the status pop culture has in our society nowadays.

The opening is during the Museum Night, Saturday the 3rd of November, from 20h30-22h.
The work is on show until the 15th of December

Domestic Science screened in Saint-Malo (France)

During the month of April my video Domestic Science will be screened in Saint-Malo (France). The screening is organised by L’Oeil d’Oodaaq and Proyector Festival