On Your Own 2018

 Woensdag 26 t/m zaterdag 29 september 2018

Presentatie door afgestudeerden (2018) van de Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in Den Haag: Florence Marceau-Lafleur, Gideon Oosten, Jette Dalsgaard, Julia Olaussen, Kornelija Chaleckyte, Laura de Rijk, Loretta Moore, Malou Bumbum, Marijn van der Eyden, Natalia Papaeva, Valentino Russo, Hsu Wai Lun, Xaviera A.M. Hardjopawiro, Yasmin Anne Boomsma.

Woensdag 26 september - zaterdag 29 september galerie open: 11.00-17.00 uur
Woensdag 26 september 18.00–23.00 uur opening en 'art performance' met o.a. muziek.
Zaterdag 29 september 12.00-17.00 uur open huis


Wednesday 26 till Saturday 29 September 2018

Presentation by international graduates 2018 of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague: Florence Marceau-Lafleur, Gideon Oosten, Jette Dalsgaard, Julia Olaussen, Kornelija Chaleckyte, Laura de Rijk, Loretta Moore, Malou Bumbum, Marijn van der Eyden, Natalia Papaeva, Valentino Russo, Hsu Wai Lun, Xaviera A.M. Hardjopawiro, Yasmin Anne Boomsma.

Wednesday 26 September - Saturday 29 September gallery open from 11 until 17:00 h
Wednesday 26 September 18:00 – 23:00 h: opening and art performance with music
Saturday 29 September 12:00 – 17:00 h: open house

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Drie keer per jaar reserveert de Haagse Kunstkring zijn ruimtes voor een bijzonder project van een week. Deze keer is dat van 26 t/m 29 september. Een aantal kunstenaars die deze zomer afgestudeerd zijn aan de Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten presenteren hun werk in alle expositieruimtes van de Haagse Kunstkring.

De achterliggende gedachte bij dit project is 'don't be afraid of the white box'. De toekomst ligt open voor deze kunstenaars. Zij gaan met elkaar de uitdaging aan om vanuit verschillende disciplines en visies elkaar te raken in de indeling en beleving van de ruimtes. De Haagse Kunstkring moedigt ze geheel in de eigen traditie aan om dit multidisciplinaire experiment aan te gaan. De deelnemers zijn afgestudeerd in de richtingen Textile & Fashion, Fine Arts, Interior Architecture and Furniiture Design, Photography, Art Science, Graphic Design, Interactive Media Designs, Masters- Artistic Resarch.

Aan de exposanten is gevraagd om op tijdens openingstijden, woensdag t/m zaterdag, steeds met z'n tweeën aanwezig te zijn om bezoekers te kunnen ontmoeten en in gesprek te gaan. Het project wordt afgesloten met een 'open huis' op zaterdag 29 september vanaf 12.00 uur. Ook hier staat de ontmoeting centraal. De exposanten zullen aanwezig zijn en kunnen in contact komen met bezoekers en vragen van bezoekers beantwoorden. Iedereen is van harte welkom. Rond 16.00 uur sluiten we het project af met een borrel.

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Three times a year the Haagse Kunstkring reserves its rooms for a special project of a week. This time it's 26th to 29th of September. A choice of artists, who graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts this summer, present their work in the Haagse Kunstkring exhibition rooms.

The underlying thought of this project is 'do not be afraid of the white box'. The future is open to these artists. They are challenging each other in different areas of disciplines and visions in the layout and experience of the spaces.De Haagse Kunstkring encourages them entirely in their own tradition since 1891 to enter into this multidisciplinary experiment. The participants graduated: Textile & Fashion, Fine Arts, Interior Architecture and Furniiture Design, Photography, Art Science, Graphic Design, Interactive Media Designs, Masters- Artistic Resarch.

Wednesday 26th September, our guests organize an opening and let artists and art lovers meet together. With performance and music from 18:00 until 23:00 h.The project will be closed with an 'open house' on Saturday 29 September from 12:00 until 17.00 h. Here too the meeting is central. The exhibitors will be present and can come in contact with visitors and our artists and answer questions from visitors.Artistic members of the Haagse Kuntkring and other interested people are also welcome. At half past five we will finish the project with a drink.


Statements by the participants of the project On Your Own 2018

1.Loretta Moore: To decorate. To be decorated.
Radical botanicals, wild weeds grow through cracks of controlled concrete aesthetics, through the manufactured urban islands, present in streams of automated travel, where the journey and journal become intertwined, histories of botanical scientific publication, hand drawn intimacy transferred to the mass produced encyclopedic, a domestic science of social acceptability, self research, self resilience, pioneering female botanists, to name the unnamed with torn threshold footings, to grow from below and blossom, to decorate and to be decorated, to thrive through the cranks of control as radical botanicals.

A series of botanical prints.

2. Natalia Papaeva
title: yokhor
description: My mother tongue (the Buryat language) is an endangered language. In my performance I am singing two sentences from one traditional Buryat song, the only ones I remember.

3. Kornelija Chaleckyte
'Irregular Wall' is a project that analyzes the boundary between technology and craft. It investigates the most regular and unchanging building element - a brick.

4. Marijn van der Eyden
How are we structuring and filling the space surrounding us? I am building a house while focussing on the endless detailedness of the places and materials that are around us always.

5. Yasmin Anne Boomsma
The Equal Rite
The piece of art I am showing is part of a feministic re-enactment of the rite depicted in Le Sacre du Printemps. It signifies the culmination of the ritual, where the souls vacate after the meeting of the divine and mortal, and only their shells remain.

6. Valentino Russo
title: Cave Canem
year: 2018
mixed media

Dogs are the protagonists of pictures and objects in the installation "Cave Canem" (beware of the dog, in latin). Far from looking threatening or aggressive, these "man's best friends" apper to be slightly melancholic, tired, passive. Domesticated and forever on a leash, the dogs of "Cave Canem" are indeed comfortable in their contained life, looking less like animals and more like humans.

7.Florence Marceau-Lafleur
From a biologist, I borrowed a formula to calculate the surface of a human body, and applied it to create a series of works which are all equal to the surface of my own skin. This scientific starting point is used metaphorically: the equivalence between the body of the maker and that of the image leads to immersive drawing experiences.

8.Julia V.E Olaussen
The blurred notion of time and emotions are two aspects of my practice.
I want to translate that process with the help of paint and accumulate a new narrative.

9. Jette Dalsgaard
On my own !
the/(that) emotion are translated into form.
Intuitively shaped, finding it's sculpturel natur

10. Hsu Wai Lun
The Rise of Modern China (2018)
Erasure of the History/ Erasure as Writing

11. Laura de Rijk
Naturalization
The video installation shows the difficulties humans experience in migration, through an analogy with exotic plants. Every plant has a story which ends with a question referring to the complexity of the topic.

12.Xaviera Hardjopawiro
The unfamiliar grounds are of great importance in my artistic practice. I question the flat image in contrast with the three-dimensionality of things, mainly through collages and installations. With my work i would like to revisit the misconceptions of value, (human) nature and truth (2018).

13.Malou Bumbum
I am a brainfart. A tiny grain of sand. Nothing
I am such a tiny piece of space on this planet.
And yet I do matter. We all matter.
This is forlife,death& my mother.

14. Gideon Oosten
Crimes occur in various forms.
In this work I try to figure out if life can be extended.

Textile and Fashion, Beeldende Kunst, Fine arts, Architectuur, Fotografie, Installaties, Art Science en Product and Graphic Design.