a portfolio of ten jpgs with ten texts, one describing each work.
1. Collage, by me, made from
fabrics and paint.
Thomas Raat is a painter from
Holland who recently had an residence at Delphina London, he paints
with tape. His paintings mostly deal with the subject of art itself.
This picture is at his opening at 'De Expedite' in Amsterdam. His work
is visible on the background.
This drawing is representing
my working plan for the attic of De Appel. I have been in the Appel
for six weeks, to work within the exhibition 'If
I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution'. The
work consisted of making clothes within a live studio, and was an initiative
of Pascale Gatzen.
The Birchvillemotel concert was a very nice place to attend, and I have
good memories about that evening.
Pepe Mendosa is an Huichol Indian
from Peru. He is a shaman, and makes estambre (yarn paintings) with
thread and special wax. The paintings represent his travels with peyote.
I have met him in Holland, he is a friend of my parents and he is living
at the neighbours for some time.
Collage, by me. It's a portrait of
Louise, and it is made with fabrics and paint.
The tie dye jacket I made for Terry
Young, and for the celebration
of the spiral. It is sewn by hand with silk thread, and it's made
from velvet and light jeans.
Vlot. Painting by
Weismann. I chose this painting because it is recent, and there
is a guy on the raft with a tie dye tshirt.
Negertje. Beginnning of a little humansuit.
It is knitted and crochet.
Working on a humansuit, with bling
bling. I like my shoes.