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26.5 – 9.6.2019 ‘State of Transparency’ at Looiersgracht 60, Amsterdam. Opening 25 May, 18 – 20.00 3.2 – 3.3.2019 ‘A skin surrounding everything – Özlem Altin and Gwenneth Boelens’ at Manifold, Amsterdam 31.1 – 21.4.2019 ‘Criteria’ at Galeria do Torreão Nascente de la Cordoaria, Lisbon (PT). Curated by Miguel von Hafe Pérez, with Ana Jotta, […]

At Odds

At Odds, 2015 chromogenic color print (photogram), 183 x 255 cm – (Bathhouse ruin), 2008/15 chromogenic color print (opaque projection), 63.5 x 35.2 cm metal, magnets, umbrella, tie-wrap

Liar’s cloth (strip)

Liar’s cloth (strip), 2017 reflective and conductive thread, aramide, bobbin, cardboard, tie-down straps, modified lighting, ± 300 x 20 x 40 cmin: (Residual Time), Klemm’s, Berlin 15.9 – 28.10.2017  


Courier, 2017 newspapers (Al Akhbar, Al-Quds Al-Arabi, Argumenty I Fakty, Asahi Shimbun, The Australian, Berliner Zeitung, Chosun Ilbo, Dinamina, El Mercurio, O Globo,The Guardian, Hamshahri, Iran, Izvestia, Jam-e-Jam, Kommersant, Kompas, Le Monde, Montreal Gazette, The New York Times, nrc·next, El País, Özgür Politika, Sing Tao, Slobodna Dalmacija, Le Soir, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Tokyo Shimbun, Vecernij list, […]

-16th Century + -Floodlights

– (16th century Venetian parasol of alto-basso velvet), 2007/15 chromogenic color print (opaque projection), glass, paper, metal, 54.9 x 38.8 cm– (Floodlights at Persepolis), 2008/15 chromogenic color print (opaque projection), glass, paper, metal, 66.5 x 38.2 cm

The Very Thing

The very thing we don’t know is always trying to expand, 2016digitized 16mm films, 11 and 14 minutesA film installation based on interviews with Erik Verlinde, theoretical physicist, about his yet to be released theory. One of the most remarkable aspects in the study on “dark matter phenomena” as practiced by the protagonist of this film is […]

Liar’s cloth study

Liar’s cloth study (adapted from ‘West African Weaving’ by Venice Lamb, London: Duckworth, 1975), 2015 radio- and electroconductive thread, painted aluminium and tape, metal, cardboard 21 x 26 cm at: Art Cologne 16.4 – 19.4.15