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This Isn't Even My Final Form - Solo @ Gallery Gabriel Rolt

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Now Age @ Garage Rotterdam

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Summertime @ Galerist, Istanbul

Year: 2015
Size: 105 x 160 x 25
Material: Welded Aluminium Frames, Mirrored Stainless Steel, Radiant & Black Plexiglass, Digital Print on Film, Magnets






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Upcoming show in Istanbul at Galerist with Petra Cortright, Jeremy Blake, Nic Deshayes and many more. 
I am showing two new works. 

Terra INC @ Zona Sztuki Actualnej, Poland

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Urbi et Orbi, Durst Britt Mayhew, The Hague

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UNFAIR 2014 @ NDSM AMSTERDAM

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Cover / Spread + Interview for Subbacultcha

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Hypercolumn

Year: 2013
Size: 100 x 140
Material: Silkscreen on Paper

An image of a stalactite is printed mirrored on top of itself in contrasting colors to form an artificial column. The title lends itself from a tiny column from the visual field in the human brain.
   

First as Tragedy, Then as Farce

Year: 2012
Size: 125 x 150 x 180 (rock piece), 150 x 350 x 100 (grass piece)
Material: Various Synthetic and Industrial Materials

An installation consisting out of two mobilized landscape props that can be driven around in space by the viewer. This work was realized for the exhibition The Ideal Place in NEST and curated by Danielle van Zuijlen for the HCAK Revisited program in The Hague.

In the Greek tragedy the hero dies. To make sure that the audience didn't go home depressed they would perform a farce. In this piece the tragedy, where the loss of utopia resembles the death of the hero, is being followed up by a farce in which the two mobile landscapes could give a cynical form of comfort.
       

Camus and Sisyphus Walk into a Bar..

Year: 2011
Size: 450 x 550 x 125 (platform), 60 x 80 x 70 (rock)
Material: Wood, MDF, Paint, Polystyrene, Acrylics, RC Car, Remote Control

A personal contemporary translation of Albert Camus' book on absurdism: The Myth of Sisyphus. Normally speaking the rock could be seen as an object of misery and the slope would represent the infinity of Sisyphus' suffering. Now the rock serves as an object of entertainment that can be driven around and the slope is presented as an inviting stage that is awkwardly placed in space. How do we handle meaning and meaninglessness today?
       

Mobile Mountain

Year: 2011
Size: 180 x 110
Material: Print on Wood, Trolley, Tie-down Strap, Lacquer

A prop like object, existing out of an image of a mountain strapped to a trolley. The object can be moved around the space, questioning the context of the image as well as the sculpture itself.

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Thomas van Linge
Born in Haarlem, 1989
Lives and works in The Hague
 

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