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Slow Paris # Antony Kok – PHK18 Rotterdam

  codepoëzie / code poetry     ‘Slow Paris # Antony Kok’       Voor de expositie Abstract Wall Paintings III in het kader van 100 jaar De Stijl heb ik een aforisme van Antony Kok 1882-1962, experimenteel dichter, schrijver en

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Slow Paris # Antony Kok – PHK18 Rotterdam

  codepoëzie / code poetry     ‘Slow Paris # Antony Kok’       Voor de expositie Abstract Wall Paintings III in het kader van 100 jaar De Stijl heb ik een aforisme van Antony Kok 1882-1962, experimenteel dichter, schrijver en

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Ellipse

Ellipse A text does contain a lot of points. On closer inspection seems that a point can be something very different than the end of a sentence. Point, Pupil, Phantom Point; there is the Point, point. But there is also

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Ellipse

Ellipse A text does contain a lot of points. On closer inspection seems that a point can be something very different than the end of a sentence. Point, Pupil, Phantom Point; there is the Point, point. But there is also

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Papier is even kosmisch als het heelal #2 | Karin van Pinxteren7

Paper is as cosmic as the universe #2

During a bullfight, Kurt Tucholsky describes the eye of a horse taken on the horns and killed by a bull before the toreador begins. Prefighting with horses occur to exhaust the bull. Tucholsky is suprised by the arena full of

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Papier is even kosmisch als het heelal #2 | Karin van Pinxteren7

Paper is as cosmic as the universe #2

During a bullfight, Kurt Tucholsky describes the eye of a horse taken on the horns and killed by a bull before the toreador begins. Prefighting with horses occur to exhaust the bull. Tucholsky is suprised by the arena full of

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Logo | mural | Karin van Pinxteren | dark green wallpaint| 2008

LOGO

Each new work is a fragile and stark encounter with me, and that’s why I’m offering you ‘LOGO’. LOGO The LOGO project has evolved from the strange fact that most people are uncertain when an artist presents new work; it

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Logo | mural | Karin van Pinxteren | dark green wallpaint| 2008

LOGO

Each new work is a fragile and stark encounter with me, and that’s why I’m offering you ‘LOGO’. LOGO The LOGO project has evolved from the strange fact that most people are uncertain when an artist presents new work; it

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Existential Interior #2 Visitor, invite me | 2006 | photo by Dirk Kreijkamp

Existential Interior #2 Visitor, invite me

Existential Interior #2 Visitor, invite me . . wallpaint, oil on panel (painting Visitor 2) 925 cm x 305 cm x 288 cm 2006 Hello World! CBK ‘s-Hertogenbosch Artists: William Speakman, Marleen Sleeuwits, Paul van Osch, Riekus, Osterholt en Uitentuis,

Existential Interior #2 Visitor, invite me | 2006 | photo by Dirk Kreijkamp

Existential Interior #2 Visitor, invite me

Existential Interior #2 Visitor, invite me . . wallpaint, oil on panel (painting Visitor 2) 925 cm x 305 cm x 288 cm 2006 Hello World! CBK ‘s-Hertogenbosch Artists: William Speakman, Marleen Sleeuwits, Paul van Osch, Riekus, Osterholt en Uitentuis,

The Monument | Karin van Pinxteren | mixed media | 2009 | photography Jean-Michel Crapanzano

‘The Monument’ – Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

. Invisible Empire: Undefined Spaces The term “No man’s land” is generally accepted as an unlimited combat area in between two enemy trenches. It is a space that neither side openly wishes to occupy or take control of due to

The Monument | Karin van Pinxteren | mixed media | 2009 | photography Jean-Michel Crapanzano

‘The Monument’ – Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

. Invisible Empire: Undefined Spaces The term “No man’s land” is generally accepted as an unlimited combat area in between two enemy trenches. It is a space that neither side openly wishes to occupy or take control of due to