This booklet is about Pauline her project HAND@WORK. 'Here, as an artist, I investigate the value of an object made with our hands versus a machine-made object'.
Caroline van Dockum is the main author of this book. And many other hands have also contributed to this book.
This beautiful designed publication (by Frenz) has a limited edition, namely 125 pieces. All books are signed. The price is € 19.95 each (excluding shipping costs).
You can buy the book until July 12, 2020 at Dat Bolwerck in Zutphen. Where you can see the installation of project HAND@WORK in the exhibition "Speed is quiet".
Or order directly by email info @ paulinenijenhuis.com
Photocredit: Xera Alberts
This exhibition is highly appreciated by the visitors. But the closing date is approaching. Until Sunday 12 July until 5 pm, the work of this versatile artist can still be seen in the beautiful medieval building of Dat Bolwerck.
You are very welcome!
Mixed media canvases (acrylic and hand-embroidered), more multiple installations (including the 'HAND@WORK' project) and photo works.
Pauline examines the increasing acceleration in our time. In the basement she shows her new photo installation: "Echo of Suzhou". Where her impressions about Suzhou (China) during her residency at the Hanshan Art Museum (2019) are materialized. Fleeting, like a stream of digital information.
All tours and lectures are fully booked.
But Pauline will be present on July 12th, the last day of the exhibition. And tell you more about her work and answer your questions.
Due to the corona measures, Dat Bolwerck has a maximum number of visitors (24) who can view the exhibition. Much has been done to make your visit as pleasant and safe as possible. You can also make a reservation for your visit by email: xera @ datbolwerck.nl
Reopening: June 3 - July 12 2020
Wednesday to Sunday from 11 am till 5 pm
Address: Zaadmarkt 112, 7201 DE, Zutphen, The Netherlands
24th Februari 2020 an interview was placed about Pauline her most recent project HAND@WORK in the populair international blog TextileArtist.org. Pauline told about her process from conecpt to creation. Read more.
Increasing speed in today’s Western society has a big influence on our lives, and the way how our surroundings and the landscape look like. Through automation processes, use of robots and the world of multimedia. What impact has increasing speed on our observation. Can our brains perceive the growing amount of fast pictures. And what are the consequences? Do we make the right decisions in our hurried lives?
As an artist, Pauline wants to investigate ‘The price of increasing speed’. She creates images where speed is shown. From a moving car she photographs the highway landscape and city architecture. The result will be different depending on the speed of the car and the specific light on that moment.
The faster the car drives, the more abstract the images get. The distortions in the picture give a different, new truth.
In addition to textile paintings, Pauline also focuses on photography. Get acquainted with her new photo works printed on dibond with a top layer of acrylic.
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