The Dislocated and Disconcerting World of Aernout Mik
(Saskia Bak) The Low Countries - 2007, № 15, pp. 94-97
The behaviour of people in exceptional circumstances is one of the main themes in the work of Aernout Mik. Mik himself says of his manner of working: ‘I like to begin with images that everyone thinks they are familiar with. But as the viewer spends more time looking at them, the situations disintegrate before his eyes into tiny, strange events that make the whole ever more complex'. He is an artist who dislocates the images with which we are so familiar.
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