This week's Friday Verses are written by Maarten Buser. We translated his poem ‘Outline’.
How can we make large, complex issues more manageable? Dutch artist Lieke van der Made discovered that by editing footage, her videos could achieve these ends.
The artist from The Hague builds overwhelming experiences in the form of large installations.
Eindhoven-based story designer artist Alice Wong is interested in how reality is shaped.
Wouter Paijmans recently exchanged the brush for needle and thread. Still, the painterly approach can be seen in his 'confection paintings'.
Dutch biodesigner Emma van der Leest researches how she can make sustainable materials with bacteria and algae. Her work is part of the group exhibition Polarities, on show at MU in Eindhoven until 1 March 2020.
The young Dutch artist is as fascinated by famous paintings as he is by trivial images.
Whenever Verrijt arrives somewhere, he immediately erects a new work on-site, often recycling discontinued pieces.
The painting style of this young Dutch artist is as dynamic as her images are still.
There is a constant tension in her videos between what moves and what stands still or has been stopped. Her exhibition 'Mall of Europe' can be seen in Mu.ZEE (Ostend) until 21 June.
The young Dutch artist has built up a diverse oeuvre in which language is increasingly prominent both as a theme and as a medium.
The Dutch artist wonders whether she can translate the spatial aspect of her installations into something that could simply hang on the wall, like a painting.
Every other Friday we treat you to beautiful verses by a poet from Flanders or the Netherlands. Sometimes an old forgotten poem, but mostly fresh verses by a young or unpublished poet.