A short introduction I made for a university in Washington about how people reacted to some of the artworks I (co)curated for Art Stations of the Cross 2019 and 2020.
List of images and links for more information, Amsterdam edition:
– Hansa Versteeg: Madonna del Mare Nostrum, Cloak of Love, 2017, oil on canvas, 125 x 125 cm. http://www.visiodivina.eu/homepage/hansa-versteeg-madonna-del-mare-nostrum/
– Photo in situ by Hansa Versteeg
– Erica Grimm in collaboration with Tracie Stewart and Sheinagh Anderson: Salt Water Skin Boats, 2018, willow, dogwood, fig, cedar branches, cheesecloth, animal skin and gut, bathymetric ocean maps, layers of wax, earbuds, LED lights.
– Photo in situ by Alma Ouweneel
– Photo during the emergency operation by Amsterdam City Rights https://www.artway.eu/content.php?id=2768&action=show&lang=en
– Güler Ates: Water no longer dances with light, 2019, New sight-specific installation, wallpaper and photography. Photos in situ by Rietje Bulthuis http://www.visiodivina.eu/homepage/guler-ates-water-no-longer-dances-with-light-2/ Our Father in Aramaic (by the story about station 6 Amsterdam): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=locW-9S00VU
…and about the art in Deventer:
– Roy Villevoye and Jan Dietvorst: The New Dress, video installation, 21,00”, 2016
– Masha Trebukova: Dead soldiers of Ukraine, papier-maché/mixed media, from 2018
– Naya Moussaly Arabic calligraphy, 2020 https://www.luceartsandreligion.org/deventer-2020 Lieke Wijnia’s article: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1415&context=ijrtp
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