A comparative investigation in which the process of globalisation is examined from the perspective of four different countries. Assignment series with exhibition and book, made possible by Arts Collaboratory Foundation - a programme by Mondriaan Stichting, Hivos and Stichting DOEN - SNS REAAL Fonds and the Dutch Ambassy in Indonesia.
The Sweet and Sour Story of Sugar
The dynamics and history of globalization made easier to understand, on the basis of one everyday product: sugar.View project >>
The Collective Landscape
In the work of Norwegian cross-media artist Anne Katrine Senstad, photography, film, light art, spatial work and land art come together. She is interested in the sensory side of aesthetics and connects this with overarching ideas from art, philosophy and society.
Senstad has exhibited widely internationally, including Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Venice Biennale, Huis der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Museum of Modern Art (Kiev), ISEA 2014 (Dubai), Kunsthall 3,14 (Bergen, Norway), Bruges Art and Architecture Triennale (Belgium).
The series ‘Cosmosis Collages’ is based on nineteenth-century abstract art movements such as supremacism and constructivism, each of which strived in its own way for a higher, utopian state of consciousness. The compositions of Senstad are meticulous references to these movements and refer to a feeling of being one with the universe, a condition that transcends mortality.View project >>
North Korean Perspectives
What impression do we have of North Korea on the basis of the photographs that are available to us? That is the central question in the photo exhibition North Korean Perspectives, which will be organized at the Drents Museum simultaneously with The Kim Utopia. While The Kim Utopia focuses mainly on the idealized North Korea, this photo exhibition compares the official version of the State with an alternative view of the country.View project >>
ExtraOrdinary View project >>
Street photography in 'ArtSalon Assen' View project >>