Alien Realism is an installation by Marc Oosting comprised of sculptures, paintings and lots of neon. Alien Realism derives it’s title from a project the artist started two years ago. For Alien Realism Marc Oosting commissioned a Korean artist to reproduce his own marker sketches in oil paint. Where they were disregarded and scattered around his studio before, the sketches are now brought into the center of attention by undergoing a dramatic transformation. From the quick marker drawings they are turned into elaborate, time-consuming oil painted copies. Oostings handwriting is reproduced through the superb technique of the Korean artist while being obscured at the same time. Questions concerning cultural production, authenticity and otherness lie at the core of Alien Realism.
Image: Ogutu Muraya as Wangari Maathai
by Diana Blok
September 1st until October 6 2019
Opening and Amsterdam premiere September 1st 4 pm with opening speeches by Chris Keulemans and Embajada de Uruguay
Gender Monologues is an interactive media installation about our historical and cultural understanding of gender beyond stereotypes.
Opening: Sunday December 16th, 4 – 7 pm, with a speech by journalist and city councillor John Oomkes.
New Year’s event: Friday January 11th, 5 pm.
Depending on each other to embrace coincidence. Collaborating implies changing yourself and change is the force that drives art.
Image: Daleen Bloemers, Untitled (2018), digital techniques, dimensions variable
Artists: Corine Aalvanger, Aubane Berthommé Marinez, Daleen Bloemers,
Daan Muller, Kim Nuijen, Eric Patel en Rik Schutte
Opening: January 27 – 16-18h
Exhibition: January 27 – February 24
Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle was written more than 60 years