At the upcoming festival De Wereld van Witte de With, Jordan Crandall explores the phenomenon ‘drones’, with live visual material filmed by drones flying through the space and above the Witte de Withstraat during his performance.
In his Sacred Selections, Matt Stokes performs pipe organ recitals based on transcripts of underground music. For the performance night at the Nieuwe Kerk in Haarlem, June 9th, Happy Hardcore was his particular music style of focus. The video shows the organ translation of Heart Of Gold (1996), originally from the British record producers Force and Styles.
Lili Reynaud-Dewar’s work is a loaded, sometimes even sultry mix of cultural observations, larded with surprising personal stories. This spring she is presenting a large installation in Marres in Maastricht.
Utrecht BAK, basis voor actuele kunst 21/05/10 - 01/08/10
Witness, narrator, chronicler, participant and agent. In I, the Undersigned, Rabih Mroué's first solo-exhibition as a visual artist, he questions the role of the artist in the charged context of post-war Lebanon, focusing on the political and historical amnesia.
He is a rising star that the exhibition circuit can no longer do without. Constant Dullaart, fresh from the Rijksakademie, can always be found showing his work somewhere. He is a critic of the medium, highly active on the Internet, and is an equally talented critic of himself and of his vocation of contemporary visual artist.
In the new issue of METROPOLIS M magazine, Michael Portnoy talks about his performances, including his infamous 'Soy Bomb' stunt at the 1998 Grammy Awards. This item contains several video's of Portnoy's work to date.