This year Incubate features the largest open source expo in it’s kind with over 300 participating artists. And with free entrance to the beautiful Koepelhal where it all takes place, we expect a lot of people to experience the wide variety of artists.
With such a vast array of work and artists, we thought it would be helpful if we gave everyone a sneak peek into this amazing and surprising exposition. Therefore we’ll be highlighting a selection of artists and their work every day this week to ease you in. Next up:
Roland Maas – Owl
These works are made of ceramics combined with technical materials and trash. They look as if they where operating robots or machines from a previous generation/ culture. They provoke the expectations of action and movement, in fact most of these machines remain silent.
Roos Mols – From Mindfoolness To Minfulness
My paintings are made of sustainable paint mediums, the paint, pigments and varnish are all pure natural substants. Its a renewed lime plaster that comes from a Moroccan history. I liquefy the lime plaster and give my work its own nature. The work contains. From mindfoolness to mindfulness: from a jungle full of thoughts we can choose to go in a mindfulness state.
Sandra v.d. Pluym – Natural Mirror
I often use the camera on my phone to make pictures of small moments that make me happy and which i enjoy. These pictures i use as subjects for my paintings.
Silvie van den Boogaard - Trash Bag
Love the simple things in life, things that daily pass your sight never ask to much attention although they do deserve some. The feeling of a Sunday morning when time is granted to take a rest or the beauty of trash bags we simply have forgotten. Pieces of our personality we rather left unseen, these are the best ones because they are sincere. A world of art is lying on the bottom of our common life; my only function is to present back the things who are tired of being left unseen.
Susan de Boer - Zonder Titel
Susan de Boer is fascinated by untouched nature; where there has been no interference and cultivation by men. It is often this raw wilderness that grasps and overwhelms her. She expresses this fascination in oil paintings on canvas.
You can visit the Koepelhal on:
Monday 18:00 – 20:00
Tuesday 14:00 – 21:00
Wednesday 14:00 – 21:00
Thursday 14:00 – 21:00
Friday 14:00 – 22:00
Saturday 14:00 – 22:00
Sunday 13:00 – 21:00