Supporting Artists

 

 
 
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kirac (keeping it real art Critics)

Stefan Ruitenbeek, the Artist / Filmmaker and Kate Sinha, the Archaeologist / Artist are the duo making furore by the name of Keeping It Real Art Critics. Their spirit......

 
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wout neutkens

Wout Neutkens was born in 1985, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
He lives and works in Amsterdam.

 
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lynn hershman leeson

Lynn Hershman Leeson’s (b. 1941) career spans half a century of pioneering contributions to performance art, new media, video, film, and photography. Besides her best-known series of works centered around the fictional character of Roberta Breitmore (1973 – 78), Hershman Leeson is also the creator of Lorna (1979–83), the first interactive videodisc, as well as the first to use touch-activated screens in Deep Contact: The Sexual Fantasy Videodisk (1984–86).

KIRAC

 Q&A session after the premiere of KIRAC film #8 - The Art of Stefan Simchowitz

Q&A session after the premiere of KIRAC film #8 - The Art of Stefan Simchowitz

Stefan Ruitenbeek, the Artist / Filmmaker and Kate Sinha, the Archaeologist/ Artist are the duo making furore who together go by the moniker KIRAC (Keeping It Real Art Critics).

Paul van Esch believe in this form of Art Criticism, and KIRAC is inarguably a pioneer in the integrated art field. 

 

Wout Neutkens

Wout Neutkens was born in 1985, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
He lives and works in Amsterdam.

 Wout Neutkens with a 3d print of 'Scorpio' at Bronze Foundry Art Casting in Belgium, December 2017

Wout Neutkens with a 3d print of 'Scorpio' at Bronze Foundry Art Casting in Belgium, December 2017

  Croissants , 2015, 50cm

Croissants, 2015, 50cm


  Flower,  2017, 190cm

Flower, 2017, 190cm

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  White Flower , 2016, 60cm

White Flower, 2016, 60cm


  Untitled,  2016

Untitled, 2016

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  Scorpion purple,  2017

Scorpion purple, 2017


  Melon , 2016

Melon, 2016

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Lynn Hershman Leeson

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 Lynn Hershman Leeson, Home Front, 1993-2011 Video installation, dollhouse, paint, custom electronics, 57.79 x 71.12 x 44.45 cm, Edition 1/3 + 1 AP Acquisition of Paul van Esch

Lynn Hershman Leeson, Home Front, 1993-2011
Video installation, dollhouse, paint, custom electronics, 57.79 x 71.12 x 44.45 cm, Edition 1/3 + 1 AP
Acquisition of Paul van Esch

Over the last four decades, artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson has been internationally acclaimed for her art and films. One of the most influential media artists, Hershman Leeson is widely recognized for her innovative work investigating issues that are now recognized as key to the workings of society: the relationship between humans and technology......

  X-Ray Woman , 1963, Acrylic, graphite, and ink on canvas, 93 × 48.9 cm Private collection, the Netherlands

X-Ray Woman, 1963, Acrylic, graphite, and ink on canvas, 93 × 48.9 cm
Private collection, the Netherlands

  Water Woman Black to White,  1995, Archival digital print, 128 x 82.5 cm

Water Woman Black to White, 1995, Archival digital print, 128 x 82.5 cm

EArly works

“There is a reliance on looking beyond the surface, into the mechanics of process even in these early projects that involve drawing, painting and sculpture that form the organizing core and armature of an aesthetic of perception that would evolve, particularly in the evolution of cyborgs.”
— Civic Radar