Category: Projects

‘Change of perception’

Title: Change of Perception commisioned site specific installation. wood, concrete 700 x 120 x 150 cm 2017 (view from first floor) ‘Change of perception’ is the name of a commissioned seven meter high sculpture made for the light shaft of the residential house of the collectors duo, Bart Dirks and Roeland Merks.  (View from first floor) The […]

‘In the absence of light’

Title: ‘In the absence of light’ Site specific installation at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam. 620 x 250 x 1580 cm from 28 September 2016 till 5 March 2017 pictures Marcel Kollen

‘Hyfen’ 06

Title: Hyfen 06 Site Specific installation for Outline festival, Moscow, Russia (electronic music and art festival). Wood, concrete, mixed media 450 x 500 x 650 cm 2016   Two weeks working period in Moscow.                      

‘If Paradise is half as nice’ #06 (Artproject,Leipzig, DE)

The building known as Polygraph was built in 1910 for OMEGA, a Leipzig based filament and light bulb factory. From 1929 it was used by the Company Hoh&Hahne, that has been producing photomechanical machines and tools under its brand name ‘Hohlux’. After the second world war Hoh&Hahne partly moved to West Germany and partly continued in […]

‘If paradise is half as nice’ #05 (Artproject, Leipzig, DE)

For the second time, IPIHAN this year collaborated with ‘Tag der Industriekultur‘. And just like in Vlissingen a few months earlier, this was a legal event. The owner of the building had become quite enthusiastic about the event and provided the building to be used as an exhibition space. These circumstances made it possible to put more […]

‘If paradise is half as nice’ #04 (Artproject, Vlissingen, NL)

The IPIHAN artists were invited to organize a similar event at ‘De Lasloods’ in Vlissingen, the Netherlands. This time it was an official event, making it possible to work on a larger scale. Contrary to previous editions, the building served as a temporary residence for the artists as well. Because the building – a former construction building, part of […]

‘If paradise is half as nice’ #03 (Artproject, Leipzig, DE)

This year the final presentation of ‘If Paradise Is Half As Nice’ was part of ‘Tag der Industriekultur‘, an annual festival celebrating the industrial past and present of the city of Leipzig. As an illegal event, being part of the official line-up of the festival made it a bit more complicated to receive an audience. To deal with […]

‘If paradise is half as nice’ #02 (Artproject, Leipzig, DE)

Motivated by all enthusiastic feedback received for the spontaneous ‘If Paradise Is Half As Nice’ exhibition in 2012, a second edition was organized in the autumn of 2013. This time, apart from Pim Palsgraaf and Daan Botlek, artists Willem Besselink, Bram Braam and Ties Ten Bosch participated as well. The same code of conduct used for the first edition was applied once more: One week […]

‘If paradise is half as nice’ #01 (Artproject, Leipzig, DE)

On 27 September 2012, Rotterdam artists Pim Palsgraaf and Daan Botlek impromptu decided to go to Leipzig. Being tired of the restrictions of the confined space of their studios, they travelled to the German city to use one of the many abandoned buildings there as a temporary working space. After a week of exploring various sites they settled down in the ‘Ehemalige Jutespinnerei und Weberei’ in the Lützner Straße in Leipzig/Lindenau. While working there both artists realized […]