VALUES

Explorations of Perception

RR brings together theoretical and perception-based experiments that challenge conditioned ways of seeing. RR is interested in projects that re-evaluate anthropocentric habits of thinking and looking; projects that open dialogues between Western and non-Western traditions of image-making and ways of seeing; projects that critically explore the production of technical images; and projects that foster transhistorical and non-linear (visual) narratives.
works

All Works

12650000The only image of the interior of the Dome ever madeca. 1938

12650000, The only image of the interior of the Dome ever made, ca. 1938

Frank van der Stok

12650000

visuals

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

A. and Pangeometry (image 8)El Lissitzky1925

A. and Pangeometry (image 8), El Lissitzky, 1925

El Lissitzky

1925

Perspective is nothing but a convention for representing distance, and though the term is sometimes limited to mean the type of projection generally used in the West, it properly includes any and all devices for representing three dimensions in tw …

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'The main suspect of the Reichstag fire, Marinus van der Lubbe, at the start of the process in Leipzig.'Reporters / Associated Press, Photographer unknown1933

'The main suspect of the Reichstag fire, Marinus van der Lubbe, at the start of the process in Leipzig.', Reporters / Associated Press, Photographer unknown, 1933

Frank van der Stok

2019

Kill our Icons pleas for a rethinking of the iconic photos that are part of our collective memory. Kill our Icons proposes alternative images without apparent iconic value which indirectly tell more pregnant stories than the types of images calling for linear cause-and-effect explanation.

Ex LibrisBenjamin March1927

Ex Libris, Benjamin March, 1927

Benjamin March

The most general criticism aimed at Chinese paintings by Westerners seems to be concerned with the representation of distance, and very often takes the form: Chinese paintings have no perspective. This is, of course, not only untrue, but it is not what the critic meant to say.

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Frank van der Stok

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

Art for Machines (art talk)Martine Stig2020

Art for Machines (art talk), Martine Stig, 2020

Martine Stig

2020

When celluloid was replaced by sensors twenty years ago, the photographic image became bilingual. The digital image, now being shot, shown, stored and shared by one device, lives up to (and beyond) expectations of analogue mnemonic technologies.

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Through a Glass DarklyMartine Stig2020

Through a Glass Darkly, Martine Stig, 2020

Martine Stig

Through a Glass Darkly  (2020, black&white print, framed, screenprint on artglass) is a series of portraits of young girls. Black & white photography combined with coloured stripes and dots -the graphic language used in image recognition technology, grammar of machine vision.

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Sebastiao Salgado1981

Sebastiao Salgado, 1981

Frank van der Stok

1981

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

CelestographsAugust Strindberg1893

Celestographs, August Strindberg, 1893

August Strindberg

1893

Sensitized photographic plates directly exposed to the night sky by August Strindberg. This automated process excludes the viewer (as subject), the lens (as medium), and a concrete motif (as object), but opens new registers of abstract, speculative looking and thinking.

Baltic Sea PlastiqueTuula Närhinen2013

Baltic Sea Plastique, Tuula Närhinen, 2013

Tuula Närhinen

2013

Tuula Närhinen (1967, FI) examines the visual potential of natural events. She constructs numerous visual interfaces enabling us to move beyond the obvious and to trace invisible and unimaginable natural phenomena.

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Baltic Sea Plastique: Analytical DrawingsTuula Närhinen2013

Baltic Sea Plastique: Analytical Drawings, Tuula Närhinen, 2013

Tuula Närhinen

2013

Tuula Närhinen (1967, FI) examines the visual potential of natural events. She constructs numerous visual interfaces enabling us to move beyond the obvious and to trace invisible and unimaginable natural phenomena.

The Granite Dish in the Berlin LustgartenJohann Erdmann Hummel1831

The Granite Dish in the Berlin Lustgarten, Johann Erdmann Hummel, 1831

Frank van der Stok

Some paintings and sketches of the late 18th and early19th centuries seemed to anticipate photographic techniques.

Core 8, digital animationNicolas Sassoon & Rick Silva2019

Core 8, digital animation, Nicolas Sassoon & Rick Silva, 2019

Nicolas Sassoon & Rick Silva

2019 [on show]

CORES is a collaborative project initiated in 2019 by artists Nicolas Sassoon (Vancouver, BC) and Rick Silva (Eugene, OR) focusing on 3D renderings of altered geological specimens. 

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Cognitive shiftJuuso Noronkoski, i.c.w. Mikko Rikala2014

Cognitive shift, Juuso Noronkoski, i.c.w. Mikko Rikala, 2014

Juuso Noronkoski

2014

Cognitive Shift (2014) [tripod, stone, 1rpm motor, microphone, speakers, HD-video, 1-minute loop. In collaboration with Mikko Rikala (1977, FI)]

David Claerbout2001

David Claerbout, 2001

Frank van der Stok

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

Device No. 5 (The Third Sun)Juuso Noronkoski2017

Device No. 5 (The Third Sun), Juuso Noronkoski, 2017

Juuso Noronkoski

2017

Juuso Noronkoski (1983, FI) makes mixed-media installations in which he combines photography, video, sculpture, and text. He experiments with expanding the flatness of photography into the plasticity of a sculptural object or installation.

Echo#1Mustapha Azeroul2015

Echo#1, Mustapha Azeroul, 2015

Mustapha Azeroual

2017 [on show]

The Echo series is a continuation of the ELLIOS project conducted in partnership with LESIA (Pôle d’Observation du soleil de l’Observatoire de Paris-Meudon) on a photographic study of the sun.

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MonadeMustapha Azeroual

Monade, Mustapha Azeroual,

Mustapha Azeroual

Monad: [In Leibniz] A substance that is inanimate, impervious to all external action, but undergoing internal changes internal changes obeying the principles of appetition and perception and which constitutes the last and simplest element of beings and things (v. entelechy)

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Echo/ Corps Noir #1Mustapha Azeroual2017

Echo/ Corps Noir #1, Mustapha Azeroual, 2017

Mustapha Azeroual

2017 [on show]

Through this work, Mustapha Azeroual tends to materialize the light, condition of the visible, paradoxically invisible.

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EntropyTerike Haapoja2004

Entropy, Terike Haapoja, 2004

Terike Haapoja

2004 [on show]

The video installation Entropy shows in life size the cooling down of a horse’s body after its death, recorded with an infrared camera. The original recording of 9 hours has been edited to a 25 minutes loop.

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Marinetti's vehicle in a ditchUnknown Photographer1908

Marinetti's vehicle in a ditch, Unknown Photographer, 1908

Frank van der Stok

1908

Op 1 mei 1909 werd de Nederlandse Tijd ingevoerd. Op zoek naar de vraag hoe dat verwoord wordt in de krant, zocht ik in - nota bene - De Tijd de dag eraan voorafgaande (30-04-1909), maar die werd geheel beheerst door de geboorte van Prinses Juliana.

Field ExperimentsHiryczuk / Van Oevelen2011

Field Experiments, Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen, 2011

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2011

In photographs of nature scenes, geometric figures have been stretched with yellow ropes to mark a space in the landscape.

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Flat EarthCreative Commons

Flat Earth, Creative Commons,

Frank van der Stok

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

Frank van der Stok

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

Robert Hooke, Portable Camera Obscura, 1660, (mirrored by the authors)Robert Hooke1660

Robert Hooke, Portable Camera Obscura, 1660, (mirrored by the authors), Robert Hooke, 1660

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2015

From a philosophical point of view the thoughts behind Pangeometry share many resemblances with Eastern concepts in which reality is not exclusively considered from a human perspective.

NsalaAlice Seeley Harris1904

Nsala, Alice Seeley Harris, 1904

Frank van der Stok

After they were made public, these pictures forced people in Europe to face what was really happening and, under public pressure, in 1908 Congo was signed over the the Belgian state. It wouldn't gain independence until 1960. The power of these images added largely to put an end to colonial rule.

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Glued EyePeter Bogers2020

Glued Eye, Peter Bogers, 2020

Peter Bogers

2020 [on show]

The installation Glued Eye consists of two black and white video images, one video projector and two thin (2 mm) illuminated fibre lines. A large projection shows images of moving objects or people that are fixed in one place on the wall by means of a sophisticated tracking technique.

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Stephan Keppel, 'Hard Copies', Camera Austria, GrazInstallation view by Markus Krottendorfer.2021

Stephan Keppel, 'Hard Copies', Camera Austria, Graz, Installation view by Markus Krottendorfer., 2021

Taco Hidde Bakker Stephan Keppel

2021

Hard Copies

exhibition

Hard Copies was a solo exhibition by visual artist Stephan Keppel curated by Taco Hidde Bakker. The exhibition was held at Camera Austria in Kunsthaus Graz (AT), 12.6–15.8.2021.

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Hello WorldCenter for PostNatural History, loaned by the lab of Dr. Andy Ellington2006

Hello World, Center for PostNatural History, loaned by the lab of Dr. Andy Ellington, 2006

Frank van der Stok

Escherichia coli is a bacteria found in the human gut and a “model organism” for scientific research around the world. The variety shown here was genetically engineered to be the first living photographic biofilm.

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2021 [on show]

The photographic work Gaze Multiple – Hawthorn (2021) comprises five vertical panels presented parallel to each other in a composition inspired by East Asian folding screens.

HoaxLuc Delahaye (Courtesy: Luc Delahaye & Gallery Nathalie Obadia)2003

Hoax, Luc Delahaye (Courtesy: Luc Delahaye & Gallery Nathalie Obadia), 2003

Frank van der Stok

Hoax

publication

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

in the studioel lissitzky1929

in the studio, el lissitzky, 1929

El Lissitzky

1923

In the Studio

visual reference image

El Lissitzky's somersaulting multiple exposure of himself and several friends in his studio was made in 1923, probably when he was living in Hannover at the invitation of Kurt Schwitters.

It, video stillAnouk De Clercq, Tom Callemin2017

It, video still, Anouk De Clercq, Tom Callemin, 2017

Anouk De Clercq Tom Callemin

2017

It

work

For 'It' , Video, 13 min., Anouk De Clercq (1971, BE) collaborated with artist-photographer Tom Callemin (1991, BE). Their respective artistic views hover in a black-and-white world, in the realm of the scarcely possible and the barely visible, fascinated by what light is able to reveal.

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To See How the Moon SeesJuuso Noronkoski2016

To See How the Moon Sees, Juuso Noronkoski, 2016

Juuso Noronkoski

On To See How the Moon Sees, a lyrical description of a photograph of the Earth taken from the moon unleashes a stream of magic recollections of how it used to be the reverse.

Kill our IconsPicture-alliance / United-archives / Ladislav Bielik1968

Kill our Icons, Picture-alliance / United-archives / Ladislav Bielik, 1968

Frank van der Stok

Kill our Icons pleas for a rethinking of the iconic photos that are part of our collective memory. It proposes alternative images without apparent iconic value which indirectly tell more pregnant stories than the types of images calling for linear cause-and-effect explanation.  

light field 104taisuke koyama2017

light field 104, taisuke koyama, 2017

Taisuke Koyama

2015 - ongoing

This series is a work documenting the input light sources of handheld scanner and flatbed scanner. The crumpled iridescent cellophane is inserted between the two lights to visualize the information of light itself.

Lookout Point, The Grand Canyon of the YellowstoneHans Gremmen2018

Lookout Point, The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Hans Gremmen, 2018

Hans Gremmen

2018

Graphic designer, publisher and artist Hans Gremmen (1976, NL) has a special interest in the grandeur of the American landscape.

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Mammoth Blood (still from the documentary Genesis 2.0)Christian Frei2018

Mammoth Blood (still from the documentary Genesis 2.0), Christian Frei, 2018

Frank van der Stok

On the New Siberian Islands in the Arctic Ocean, hunters are searching for the tusks of extinct mammoths. In the thawing permafrost they happen upon an exceptionally well-preserved mammoth carcass, complete with blood and fur.

Radical Reversibility manifestodesign Hans Gremmen2017

Radical Reversibility manifesto, design Hans Gremmen, 2017

Martine Stig Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen Frank van der Stok Hans Gremmen

2017

On the occasion of our launch we will issue a printed manifesto, designed by Hans Gremmen along with the first RR special editions of work by Hiryczuk/ Van Oevelen, Martine Stig, Stephan Keppel and El Lissitzky. Interview by Daria Tuminas.

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Return or refluxMurat Yildiz2020

Return or reflux, Murat Yildiz, 2020

Murat Yildiz

2020 [on show]

In the process of ‘Non-eye centric’ drawings I put myself in a passive state by closing my eyes. I close my eyes because I want to get away from the dominance of my eyesight and let other eyes join and make decisions.

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One Moon in a Thousand SeasHiryczuk / Van Oevelen2018

One Moon in a Thousand Seas, Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen, 2018

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2018

One Moon in a Thousand Seas depicts the infinite play of moonlight on the sea surface. The photos show successive reflections of the moon on the water, from a single point of light to increasingly intricate figures and characters, depending on the swell of the sea.

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Peaks of PresentHiryczuk/ Van Oevelen2016

Peaks of Present, Hiryczuk/ Van Oevelen, 2016

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2016

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Phantom PowerYoichi Kamimura2019

Phantom Power, Yoichi Kamimura, 2019

Yoichi Kamimura

2019 [on show]

In 'Phantom Power' various types of glass containing water stand together on top of a metal plate. The water is ice collected by Kamimura from drift ice when he was making field recordings of it in the Sea of Okhotsk from February to March 2019, and which has been artificially melted.

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Phantom Power (process)Yoichi Kamimura2019

Phantom Power (process), Yoichi Kamimura, 2019

Yoichi Kamimura

2019

"The water is ice collected by Kamimura from drift ice when he was making field recordings of it in the Sea of Okhotsk from February to March 2019, and which has been artificially melted."

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still Planar (2017, HD, 8.54”)Martine Stig2017

still Planar (2017, HD, 8.54”), Martine Stig, 2017

Martine Stig

2017

Planar, a black & white film, shot from a balcony in Genua, scans the surface of the city. Playing with connotations of surveillance drones and ‘Film Noir’ the long lens seems to act on human presence but follows nobody. 

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Profiles #4Martine Stig2017

Profiles #4, Martine Stig, 2017

Martine Stig

2017 – 2018

Profiles is a study of the human facial profile, with its characteristic shape that leans on a gaze or camera at eye-level. The human depicted from the human perspective; anthropocentrism at its best. 

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proun p23 nr. 6El lissitzky1919

proun p23 nr. 6, El lissitzky, 1919

El Lissitzky

1919

Proun P23 Nr. 6

visual reference image

Collection van Abbemuseum.

RadianceMustapha Azeroual2019

Radiance, Mustapha Azeroual, 2019

Mustapha Azeroual

2020 [on show]

Radiance is a work on the recording of colour in photography, based on the assumption that the photographer has only a limited control over the colours he records and reproduces photographically due to the very nature of the medium.

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The Radiance of Sensible HeatSema Bekirovic2016

The Radiance of Sensible Heat, Sema Bekirovic, 2016

Sema Bekirovic

2016 [on show]

Filmed with a thermal camera we see a hand touching objects in the plaster sculpture depot of the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam. Focusing on the transference of body heat from hands to objects, bringing them into focus as they light up with the heat.

Frank van der Stok

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

Reclaiming VisionMarjolijn Dijkman, Toril Johannesen2018

Reclaiming Vision, Marjolijn Dijkman, Toril Johannesen, 2018

Toril Johannessen Marjolijn Dijkman

2018

Both Dijkman and Toril Johannessen (1978, NO) * are interested in the mediation of nature and the kind of relationships it evokes, for instance through scientific paradigm shifts. Liquid Properties, a collaboration between the two artists …

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RhinocerosAlbrecht Dürer1515

Rhinoceros, Albrecht Dürer, 1515

Frank van der Stok

1515

Rhinoceros

exhibition

When Albrecht Dürer produced this woodcut 500 years ago he could never have imagined that it would be cause for the lively debate about the odds at which fact and fiction are now related.

Children Unfolding a Map of the OceanHiryczuk / Van Oevelen2007

Children Unfolding a Map of the Ocean, Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen, 2007

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2005 - 2007

In the series Sceneries the optical perspective of photographic images is manipulated to create a spatial illusion.

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Second View: The Rephotographic Survey ProjectTimothy O'Sullivan1868

Second View: The Rephotographic Survey Project, Timothy O'Sullivan, 1868

Frank van der Stok

1977–79

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

Sceneries – Girl Making a Model of a Landscape (after Hokusai)Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen2005

Sceneries – Girl Making a Model of a Landscape (after Hokusai), Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen, 2005

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2014

Photography is generally understood as a means to produce images of reality. The analogy between the optical functioning of the photographic lens and our human eye even makes us believe that photography generates an accurate representation of what we see.

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Shadow - Light - ReflectionHiryczuk/ Van Oevelen2017

Shadow - Light - Reflection, Hiryczuk/ Van Oevelen, 2017

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2017

Shadow–Light–Reflection is an ongoing photographic series consisting of diptychs and quatychs. In this series photographic sequences are employed to reconstruct a landscape – for instance a cedar forest or a group of wild mimosa trees – from a multiplicity of viewpoints.

Frank van der Stok

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

Frank van der Stok

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

Study for ProfilesMartine Stig2017-18

Study for Profiles, Martine Stig, 2017-18

Martine Stig

2017

Study for Profiles (2017) Profiles is a study of the human facial profile, with its characteristic shape that leans on a gaze or camera at eye-level. The human depicted from the human perspective; anthropocentrism at its best.

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Sync.Martine Stig2019

Sync., Martine Stig, 2019

Martine Stig

2019

Sync, 2019 Holiday photos in a rural setting, synchronously photographed from eye level and from the sky. The images, double projections, indicate the presence of the "eye in the sky".

Lonnie van Brummelen @ Siebren de Haan2011

Lonnie van Brummelen @ Siebren de Haan, 2011

Frank van der Stok

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

Vincenzo Carrese1945

Vincenzo Carrese, 1945

Frank van der Stok

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

The Invention and Conclusion of the EyeToril Johannessen2017

The Invention and Conclusion of the Eye, Toril Johannessen, 2017

Toril Johannessen

2017

Audio play, 38:40 min., multichannel playback, stage light, diagram, paper sculptures. Toril Johannessen (1978, NO) engages in methods and source material from ‘specialist fields of knowledge’ such as science, visual perception studies, linguistics, and the occult.

The Kiss of DeathReporters / Associated Press / Boris Yurchenko7 October 1989

The Kiss of Death, Reporters / Associated Press / Boris Yurchenko, 7 October 1989

Frank van der Stok

1979

Kill our Icons pleas for a rethinking of the iconic photos that are part of our collective memory. Kill our Icons proposes alternative images without apparent iconic value which indirectly tell more pregnant stories than the types of images calling for linear cause-and-effect explanation.

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Frank van der Stok

1875

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

Kill our IconsCredits: Getty Images / Ken Murray1993

Kill our Icons, Credits: Getty Images / Ken Murray, 1993

Frank van der Stok

1993

The Other 9/11

publication

Kill our Icons pleas for a rethinking of the iconic photos that are part of our collective memory. Kill our Icons proposes alternative images without apparent iconic value which indirectly tell more pregnant stories than the types of images calling for linear cause-and-effect explanation.

The other AngleCredit Terril Jones/Associated Press1989

The other Angle, Credit Terril Jones/Associated Press, 1989

Frank van der Stok

1989

In this Post-Truth era, almost every photograph seems to be speculative by nature.

The Other Face of ApartheidPictureNET Africa / Ken Oosterbroek1993

The Other Face of Apartheid, PictureNET Africa / Ken Oosterbroek, 1993

Frank van der Stok

Kill our Icons pleas for a rethinking of the iconic photos that are part of our collective memory. It proposes alternative images without apparent iconic value which indirectly tell more pregnant stories than the types of images calling for linear cause-and-effect explanation.  

The Photo ObjectMartine Stig2019

The Photo Object, Martine Stig, 2019

Martine Stig

2019

The Photo Object is a visual experiment in which I take pinhole photos and then pass them through the face detection and image recognition software. 

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The Reflection of the Man, video stillMartine Stig2021

The Reflection of the Man, video still, Martine Stig, 2021

Martine Stig

2021 [on show]

In "The Reflection of the Man" —a video essay—, I grapple the meaning of Human in a hybrid world. Deploying and reflecting on ubiquitous technologies like face recognition software, I explore the act of seeing, beyond the explorative and embodied act.

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Bill GanzellJune, 1979.

Bill Ganzell, June, 1979.

Frank van der Stok

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.

Credits: Wikimedia Commons / Photographer unknownJune 28, 1914

Credits: Wikimedia Commons / Photographer unknown, June 28, 1914

Frank van der Stok

Kill our Icons pleas for a rethinking of the iconic photos that are part of our collective memory. Kill our Icons proposes alternative images without apparent iconic value which indirectly tell more pregnant stories than the types of images calling for linear cause-and-effect explanation.

Hilton HotelTed Seriosca. 1967

Hilton Hotel, Ted Serios, ca. 1967

Frank van der Stok

1967

A thought photograph by Ted Serios (ca. 1967), taken from the book: ‘Photographs of the Unknown’. Serios claimed the ability to project mental images onto photographic film, sometimes with the lens cap still on and sometimes with no lens at all on the camera.

'Tohu wa-Bohu', ExtrapoolTaco Hidde Bakker2019

'Tohu wa-Bohu', Extrapool, Taco Hidde Bakker, 2019

Taco Hidde Bakker

2019

Tohu Wa-Bohu

publication

Tohu wa-Bohu is a collaborative artist’s book exploring the interface of photography and risograph printing. It is also an experiment in editing as each participating artist printed their pages, which were later brought together as signatures and bound as a book.

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Courtesy of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.2010

Courtesy of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art., 2010

Frank van der Stok

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.

Unfixed GalaxiesSema Bekirovic2018

Unfixed Galaxies, Sema Bekirovic, 2018

Sema Bekirovic

2013 [on show]

Unfixed analogue photographic prints (80×60cm), framed behind red glass. A photogram is developed but purposely left unfixed, so the print remains sensitive to light.

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Unfolded (Branch)Spiros Hadjidjanos2019

Unfolded (Branch), Spiros Hadjidjanos, 2019

Spiros Hadjidjanos

2019 [on show]

This work starts from a 3D-scan of a sculptural object, which is then ‘unfolded’ digitally. This leads to a new series of digital images which are then sent to a laser cutter, creating a new ‘unfolded’ version of the original sculptural object.

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Frank van der Stok

Vases

visuals

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

Turn#1Martine Stig2016

Turn#1, Martine Stig, 2016

Martine Stig

2017

In Vertigo I investigate the influence of technological progress on the photographic image. Drones and satellites extend our senses, mobile mapping increases our viewing space. "Eye level" gives way to "machine vision" (or does a hybrid form arise?).

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Still Walking in the CityMartine Stig2018

Still Walking in the City, Martine Stig, 2018

Martine Stig

2018

Walking in the City, HD, 11:42, 2018, with a text by Basje Boer. A short science fiction movie showing the city of Sao Paulo through a vertical stereoscope, uncovering different notions of perception and power.

WeAlgo, screenshotMartine Stig2020

WeAlgo, screenshot, Martine Stig, 2020

Martine Stig

2020

WeAlgo is a new way of meeting online, a playground where you create your - fluid - identity. WeAlgo uses facial recognition algorithms to protect our screen privacy, instead of violating it. It lets you move freely through a truly shared space. A ball masqué, anonymous yet truly there.

What Images can doFound footage from Senan Molony’s documentary Titanic: The New Evidence1912

What Images can do, Found footage from Senan Molony’s documentary Titanic: The New Evidence, 1912

Frank van der Stok

2017

Journalist Senan Molony recently came across an amazing discovery hidden in an attic in England for more then 100 years: a collection of pictures taken of the Titanic by the shipbuilding firm before it left the shipyard.

Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen Elodie Hiryczuk Sjoerd van Oevelen

2015

The Detached Gaze presents a collection of images and texts Hiryczuk / Van Oevelen have collected during their artistic research over the past 5 years.

While weaving a Liar’s cloth (contact prints)Gwenneth Boelens2017

While weaving a Liar’s cloth (contact prints), Gwenneth Boelens, 2017

Gwenneth Boelens

2017 [on show]

While reading on the history of textiles, the artist came across a small reproduction of a ‘liar’s cloth’ from the late 19th century made by the Ashanti (Ashanti Empire 1701–1957, present-day southern Ghana).

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pnas.org

pnas.org,

Frank van der Stok

Radical Metamorphoses aims at creating unseen and unprecedented insights that may follow from the sequencing of two (or more) images, in which transformations took place overtime.  

Boulevard du TempleLouis Daguerre1838

Boulevard du Temple, Louis Daguerre, 1838

Frank van der Stok

Louis Daguerre, Boulevard du Temple, is believed to be the earliest photograph of people (1838). Because the image required an exposure time of over ten minutes, all the people, carriages, and other moving things disappear from the scene.

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Frank Bloem

2021 [on show]

The Embassy of the North Sea commissioned fragrance designer Frank Bloem to collect 40 scents from and around the North Sea. 

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