exhibitions

Onomatopee 144 /
the Ghost of Weaving

- considering life’s productive patterns through the work of handcraft masters operating at the edge of abstraction

Elisa van Joolen, Esther Stocker, Freek Lomme, Hansje van Halem, Har Sanders, Koen Taselaar, Maria Hedlund, Sigrid Calon, Timon van der Hijden, 2017


Onomatopee 142 /
WE ARE THE MARKET!

‘WE WANT INCLUSIVITY, AND WE ARE HERE TO TAKE IT!’

, 2017


Onomatopee 140 /
Homestead of Dilution

, 2017


Onomatopee 138 /
Touche-à-Tout

some frames for the wonder of the world, featuring some of the wonders of the world

Doina Kraal, 2017


Onomatopee 137 / /
Post-Butt

The power of the image

Melani de Luca, 2017


Onomatopee 134 /
The Power of Imagination

A Five Minute Self Help Workshop On Imagination

Freek Lomme, Pinar & Viola, 2016


Onomatopee 133 /
Paint & Polish

Cultural economy & visual culture from the Chicago West-side: a nail art studio and exhibition

Helen Maurene Cooper, 2017


Onomatopee 132 /
The Economy is Spinning

Mercedes Azpilicueta, Zachary Formwalt, Monique Hendriksen, Jan Hoeft, Hanne Lippard, Toril Johannessen, Robertas Narkus, Antonis Pittas, Nick Thurston, 2016


Onomatopee 131 /
X

independence of character - novel figures perpetrating disappearance

Lieven De Boeck, 2017


Onomatopee 130 /
Dictionary Dressings

Re-reading clothing definitions towards alternative fashion perspectives

A project by Femke de Vries, featuring Hans Gremmen, Barbara Brownie, BLESS, Conny Groenewegen, Elisa van Joolen, Joke Robaard and Ruby Hoette, 2016


Onomatopee 129 /
Romanian Vistas: The BB7 Travel Agency

Running up to the Bucharest Biennale 7

Speedism, Allard van Hoorn and Andrea Faciu, 2016


Onomatopee 128 /
the unmediated mediation / de onbemiddelde bemiddeling

Ruminations about the locality of art production / Mijmeringen rond de lokaliteit van kunstproductie

Freek Lomme, 2016


Onomatopee 125 /
Standards

Thomas Raat, 2016


Onomatopee 124 /
On the Soft Edge of Space

Marleen Sleeuwits, 2016


Onomatopee 123 /
A Man, A Village, A Museum

Li Mu, 2015


Onomatopee 122 /
The Chair Affair

Lucas Maassen, Margriet Craens, Twan van Bragt, Olivier Lebrun, 2015


Onomatopee 121 /
Fashioning Value— Undressing Ornament

Femke de Vries, 2015


Onomatopee 120.3 /
Public cortex

Radical Aesthetics #3 - Anne de Vries

Anne de Vries, 2016


Onomatopee 120.2 /
Spielraum

Radical Aesthetics #2 Jasmina Cibic

Jasmina Cibic, 2015


Onomatopee 120.1 /
Alien Invader Super Baby (Synchromaterialism IV)

Radical aesthetics #1 - Jim Ricks

Jim Ricks, 2015


Onomatopee 117 /
Let’s start playing the game!

Heyheydehaas (NL), Julien Carretero (FR/BE), Thomas Lommee (BE), Uglycute (S), Mireia c. Saladrigues (SP), John Körmeling (NL), Ryan Gander (UK), Aurelien Froment (FR)., 2015


Onomatopee 116 /
Return to Rightful Owner

Eva Olthof, 2016


Onomatopee 115 /
That What Makes Us Human

Marjolijn Dijkman, 2016


Onomatopee 114 /
Sidewalk Salon- 1001 Street Chairs of Cairo.

Manar Moursi and David Puig in collaboration with various, 2015


Onomatopee 113 /
Wilderness Survival

Anna Bak, 2015


Onomatopee 112 /
city [un]archived

the Tbilisi InSights collective (curator & editor), 2015


Onomatopee 111 /
Paper is a leaf that will destroy us in its fall

Sarah van Lamsweerde, 2015


Onomatopee 110 /
a spect

Maria Lalou, 2015


Onomatopee 109.1 /
Can You Hear Me?

Music Labels by Visual Artists.

, 2015


Onomatopee 109 /
Set-up

the synergetic mobilisation of experimental music and visual culture.

, 2015


Onomatopee 108 /
It Had Something To Do With The Telling Of Time

Spaces in fiction - Constructs of reality

Annee Grøtte Viken, 2015


Onomatopee 106 /
The Bungalow Book Presentation - presentation

Anouk Kruithof, 2016


Onomatopee 105 /
Split Representation

Elisabeth Penker, 2015


Onomatopee 103 /
The same Différent - Julien Berthier

Julien Berthier, 2014


Onomatopee 101 /
"A Romance in Five Acts and Twenty-One Englishes"

Nicoline van Harskamp, 2015


Onomatopee 100 /
THE BEST AMERICAN BOOK OF THE 20TH CENTURY - Société Réaliste

Société Réaliste, 2014


Onomatopee 99 /
Trick or trait

Gestures on social status by Maartje Folkeringa

Maartje Folkeringa, 2014


Onomatopee 98 /
into longing, vast rock

A staying at age: taking the off-stage to the fore.

Joan van Barneveld, 2014


Onomatopee 96 /
Ensembles assembled: in full color.

A project that highlights the visual report between social realism and euphoric utopianism referencing the visual and material facilitation of socially unifying rituals.

Katrin Korfmann, 2014


Onomatopee 95 /
11"x17"

Elisa van Joolen, 2013


Onomatopee 94 /
Chartres: one hour of sound in a gothic cathedral

Toine Horvers, 2013


Onomatopee 93 /
Ideas and thoughts by Helmut Smits

Helmut Smits, 2013


Onomatopee 92 /
Passings to presents

Silence and golden in the work of Filippo Minelli

Fillipo Minelli, 2014


Onomatopee 91 /
Waving platforms

Paul Devens, 2013


Onomatopee 90 /
Didn’t Know But Knew It All Along

Alejandro Cesarco, Carlotta Bailly Borg, Feiko Beckers, Lynne Cohen, Theo Cowley, Aukje Koks, 2014


Onomatopee 89 /
WAR AS EVER!

Tracy Mackenna & Edwin Janssen, 2013


Onomatopee 88 /
States in Capital

Bureau d’Études, 2013


Onomatopee 87 /
Distillations

Notes on Kathrin Schlegel’s insertions in public space

Kathrin Schlegel, 2013


Onomatopee 86.3 /
Civil provision!

Fostering the intrinsic capacity of informal demands and mobilising the application of the social opportune: exploring subjects predicating relational property.

Anthony Kleinepier, Dubravka Sekulić, Paul Segers, Matthijs Bosman, Jeroen Doorenweerd, Gabriela Baka Jozua Zaagman and Francois Lombarts, 2014


Onomatopee 86.2 /
seminar: On poetics / politics as identity machines in a European context.

the second A.C.T. Democ[k]racy seminar: on Poetry and Freedom

Nicoline van Harskamp, Samuel Vriezen, Uros Djuric, Nick Aikens, Geert van Mil and Doris Denekamp, Ana-Maria Mug, Istvan Szakats, Joop Hazenberg, Julien Berthier, Joost de Bloois, Sarah van Lamsweerde., 2013


Onomatopee 86.1 /
Occupy UBB

A.C.T. DEMOC[K]RACY exhibition in Onomatopee Eindhoven, curated by Altart from Cluj (RO)

various, 2013


Onomatopee 84 /
LIVING MATTER: What’s Been Before, Remains to be Seen

David Osbaldeston, 2013


Onomatopee 83 /
An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth

and more..

Thomas Raat, 2012


Onomatopee 82 /
Oh, the wonders of the world!

Melvin the Magical Mixed Media Machine, 2012


Onomatopee 81.4 /
We Can Make It if We Try #4: A Global Facade

Bjørn Andreassen, 2013


Onomatopee 81.3 /
We Can Make It if We Try #3: Household Hacking

Gijs Gieskes, 2012


Onomatopee 81.2 /
We Can Make It If We Try #2: Domestic Reuse

Julien Carretero, 2012


Onomatopee 81.1 /
We Can Make It If We Try #1: If Only I Were...

Maurice Meewisse, 2012


Onomatopee 80 /
The Singing Chair

Singing is the new Sitting

Lucas Maassen, Woody Veneman, Johnny Dowd, 2012


Onomatopee 79 /
The World’s World

Maarten Bel, 2012


Onomatopee 78 /
I haven’t been there, but it’s on my list.

Simon Kentgens, 2012


Onomatopee 77 /
Post-Digital Print

– The Mutation of Publishing Since 1894

Alessandro Ludovico, 2012


Onomatopee 76 /
One + 1

Partial Repetitions & Integral Impermanences

Daniel Eatock, 2012


Onomatopee 75.4 /
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #4 Truth vs. Family

“What must it be like for a little boy to read that daddy never loved mummy?” – Princes Diana

With, amongst others: Erwin van Doorn & Inge Nabuurs (NL), Erika Rothenberg (US), Gunes Terkol (TR), Jans Muskee (NL), Keren Cytter (IL), Melanie Bonajo (NL), Nadine Byrne (SE), Ronald Ophuis (NL), Sebastian Friedman (ARG)., 2012


Onomatopee 75.3 /
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #3 Truth vs. Scène

“Accent your positive and delete your negative” – Donna Karan

With: Boudewijn Bollmann (NL), Daan Samson (NL), Exactitudes: Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek (NL), Gillian Wearing (UK), Julian D’Angiolill (ARG), Katrin korfmann (NL), Ken Lum (CAN), Marjolijn Dijkman (NL), Matthijs Bosman (NL), Mireia c. Saladrigues (ES), Serge Onnen (NL) Šejla Kamerić (BA)., 2012


Onomatopee 75.2 /
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #2 Truth vs. Organisation

“The trust of the innocent is the liar’s most useful tool” - Stephen King

With: Azra Aksamija (INT), Elena Bajo (INT), Hank Willis Thomas (US), Heath Bunting (UK), Jacqueline Schoemaker (NL), Job Janssen (NL), Tracy Mackenna & Edwin Janssen (INT), Paul Segers (NL), and Anikó Loránt and Kaszás Tamás (HU)., 2012


Onomatopee 75.1 /
WHO TOLD YOU SO?! #1 Truth vs. Government

“What we need is Star Peace and not Star Wars” – Mikhail Gorbachev

Aleksandra Domanovic (SI / DE), Foundland (NL), Gokce Suvari (TR), Group R.E.P. (revolutionary experimental space) (UA), Lieven De Boeck (BE), Mauro Vallejo (ES), Monika Löve (EE / UK), Slavs and Tartars (INT), 2012


Onomatopee 75 /
WHO TOLD YOU SO?!

The collective story vs. the individual narrative

, 2012


Onomatopee 74 /
(random but in order) flow and drift and perform and sit

Spatial narratives with a purifying effect

Jeroen Doorenweerd, 2012


Onomatopee 73 /
The revelation of the concealed

Politics (in)form: Freedom of Information Act results

Renée Ridgway, 2012


Onomatopee 71 /
The voice of...

Public opinion-forming as citizenship? The word is the individual’s! ?

Bayrol Jimenes (MEX), Candy Chang (VS), Cedric Geney (FR), Frank Peeters (NL), Freee (UK), Harmen de Hoop (NL), Julien Beneyton (FR), Rachid Ben-Ali (NL), Tsang Kin-Wah (HK) and teams of individual citizens and graphic designers: TEAM 1 Angelica Goyenechea Jaramillo & Foundland, TEAM 2 Jos Poortman & Cox & Gruysenmeyer, TEAM 3 Jane Hardjono & Drawswords, 2011


Onomatopee 70 / /
Copy Nature: Elementary Sentiments

A cultivation of elementary value(s) in an era of financial-economic scarcity: metal + sentiment.

Alexander Pelikan, Mieke Meijer, Max Lipsey, Daphna Isaacs & Laurens Manders, BCXSY, Rachel Griffin, Julien Carretero and Charlotte Dumoncel d’Argence., 2011


Onomatopee 67 /
At how many lux… ?

When individuals encounter ’the system’

Maarten Bel (NL), Steffen Kraska (NL/G), Laibach Kunst (SLO), Other / Troy Lovegates (Can), PicaPica (B), Thomas Plaesschaart (FR), p.t.t.red (Hans Winkler & Stefan Micheel /G), Jan Rooijackers (NL), Ungunstraum / Rimini Protokoll (G), Femke Schaap (NL) and Edwin Gardner (NL), 2011


Onomatopee 66 /
the Axis of Praxis

Koen Delaere, 2011


Onomatopee 65 /
Act/OUT

A call for contact, a call for a clash

Ann Messner, Karl Philips, Anna Witt, Albert Heta, Pilvi Takala, Jan Rothuizen, Filippo Minelli, Ahmet Ogut, Erosie, Sebastian Stumpf., 2011


Onomatopee 64 /
Inertia

Jack Segbars, 2012


Onomatopee 63 /
Closed Architecture / Gesloten Architectuur

Art, property of politics III

Jonas Staal, 2011


Onomatopee 62 / /
KRAK

workmanship and mastership: passing the test.

Maaike Roozenburg, Tilmann Meyer-Faje, Irene Kopelman, Tim Breukers., 2011


Onomatopee 61 /
Global Villaging

Stories of Cosmopolite Anthropologists

Allard van Hoorn, Fanny Zaman, Filip van Dingenen & Barbara Pereyra, Khatt Foundation: Huda Smitshuijzen AbiFarès & Jan de Bruin, Jack Segbars, Paul Hendrikse, Richtje Reinsma, Rieneke de Vries, Simon Kentgens, Wouter Osterholt & Elke Uitentuis., 2011


Onomatopee 60 /
Dear Onomatopee,

On five years Onomatopee and beyond

Onomatopee and friends, 2011


Onomatopee 59 /
Lamppost

A cartoonist of anti-design via applied ’less is more’ surrealism.

Tomas Schats, 2010


Onomatopee 58 /
Against Interpretation

The erotic of things

Koen Delaere (NL), Cheryl Donegan (USA), Harm van den Dorpel (NL), Wade Guyton (USA), Bas van den Hurk (NL), Sandra Kranich (GER), Alexandra Leykauf (GER), Tom Meacham (USA), Rory Pilgrim (UK), Remco Torenbosch (NL), Joelle Tuerlinckx (B), Evi Vingerling, 2012


Onomatopee 57 /
New Scenes

A comprehensive solo exhibition in Museum van Bommel van Dam, flanked by a documentary exhibition in Onomatopee, and an accompanying publication.

Esther Tielemans, 2011


Onomatopee 56 /
The Lost Cent

Serge Onnen, 2012


Onomatopee 55.2 /
Things that Happened. Brynjar Sigurðarson

Field Essays.

A project by Sophie Krier, concerning the work of Brynjar Sigurdarson, 2015


Onomatopee 55.1 /
Field Essays. Jonathan Muecke and Bas Princen

The design process unveiled

A project by Sophie Krier, concerning the work of Jonathan Muecke and Bas Princen, 2012


Onomatopee 55 /
Field Essays.

The design process unveiled

A project by Sophie Krier, concerning the work of LucyandBart, 2010


Onomatopee 54 /
The Destructive Character / Het Destructieve Karakter

Dick Raaijmakers, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, 2011


Onomatopee 52 /
PRE-SPECIFICS: ACCESS X!

Get access to the ’X’ imposed by designed culture.

Platform for Pedagogy, Uglycute, Olaf Nicolai, Dexter Sinister, Joana Meroz / Andrea Bandoni, Unfold, Lust, Claire Fontaine, Société Réaliste, Ryan Gander / Abake, Dave Hullfish Bailey, Florian Conradi / Michelle Christensen., 2010


Onomatopee 51 /
White Smoke

Hexaplex, 2010


Onomatopee 50.8 /
from here to there

reality mappings

Jozua Zaagman, 2011


Onomatopee 50.7 /
What is (still) natural in an experience economy?

Nacho Carbonell, 2011


Onomatopee 50.6 /
Spatial Rupture

Willem Claassen, 2011


Onomatopee 50.5 /
Comfort Zone and Disillusion

Where comfortable experiences usher our lives beyond comfort zones!

heyheyhey, Willem Claassen, Nacho Carbonell, Jozua Zaagman, 2012


Onomatopee 50.5 /
HeyHeyHey land

HEYHEYHEY, 2011


Onomatopee 50.4 /
Manifestation

A plea for sense / making impressions

Yasser Ballemans, 2011


Onomatopee 50.3 /
38 under par and 11 holes-in-one

Can the spiritual prosper in an experience economy ruled by popular culture? And what is the role of the spiritual anyway?

Erwin Thomasse, 2010


Onomatopee 50.2 /
Conceivably, the object is what it seems

Lucas Maassen, 2010


Onomatopee 50.1 /
(con) textual

What do we really read?

Peter Koole, Anne Dijkstra, 2010


Onomatopee 49 /
Between Forms of Representation and Interpretation

How is information distributed and produced by the fracture between the cultural and the technological sphere?

Andres Ramirez Gaviria, 2011


Onomatopee 48 /
The Miraculous Life of Claire C

Sarah Vanhee, 2010


Onomatopee 47 /
Intimate Stories on Abscence

To what extend can artistic practice bring about new notions on urban planning...?

Tom Tlalim, Lieven De Boeck, Frank Havermans, Shinji Otani, Sachi Miyachi, 2010


Onomatopee 46 /
Een / A Rosa Poëtica

A one-act play in eight scenes

Ad van Rosmalen, Thomas Bakker, Simon Kentgens, Arjan Janssen, Iris Bouwmeester, 2012


Onomatopee 44 /
Ourhouse

+ Book A/MEGACOLON/For and Against Language

Nathaniel Mellors, 2010


Onomatopee 43 / /
The Autonomy Project

redefining autonomy in contemporary art

various, 2010


Onomatopee 42 /
Moving Through Second-hand Sources (p.s.)

Expanding upon the complex and intriguing life of the South African poet Ingrid Jonker.

Paul Hendrikse, 2013


Onomatopee 41 /
the Form and the Frame / de Vorm en het Venster

On opinion media as a window to reality: a case study in editorial design

Bart Groenendaal, Merijn Oudenampsen, Eric de Haas, Annelys de Vet, Jeroen Boomgaard, Kim de Groot, Marjolein Delhaas, 2010


Onomatopee 40 /
The Smell of Deposition

Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas, 2010


Onomatopee 39 /
Cavity

Taking technological culture’s micro to a global macro level: architecture for electromagnetic sociability.

Gert-Jan Prins, 2010


Onomatopee 38 /
RE: HAPPY DAYS

a tribute to lo-fi culture

the Rose Frustrates, Modder, Bram Stadhouders, Erik Vermeulen, Marijn van Kreij, Jowan van Barneveld, 2010


Onomatopee 37 /
Laughing Prohibited! / Verboden te Lachen!

On the comic and the prophecy.

Anthony Kleinepier, Atelier Van Lieshout, Bas van Beek, Erwin Wurm (AT), Daniel Eatock (UK), Jorre van Ast, Heim Steimbach (US), Helmut Smits, Marti Guixe (ES), Oooms, Atelier Ted Noten, Lara de Greef., 2009


Onomatopee 36 /
Design Mass

Reviewing the promise of technological determinism.

Florian Schneider, Koert van Mensvoort, Koen Vermeir, 2009


Onomatopee 34 /
Method

Dick Raaijmakers, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, 2009


Onomatopee 32 /
Untranslatables

Yolanda de los Bueis, Christoph Schwarz, Elisa Marchesini and Sarah Vanhee, 2008


Onomatopee 30 /
A Task for Poetry

Unveiling the poetic momentum in arts

Jannah Loontjens, Aam Solleveld, Katja van Stiphout, Erik Spinoy, Tamara Van San, Remco van Bladel, Maria Barnas, Amalia Pica, Felix Weigand, 2009


Onomatopee 28 /
Mosquitoes, Elephants, Mountains & Molehills

Bart De Baets, 2008


Onomatopee 27 /
Shotgun Architecture

Justin Bennett, 2008


Onomatopee 26 /
The Truth of Basics

Resetting the history of living between four walls

Gabriel Lester, Raw Color, Esther Stocker, Krijn Christiaansen & Cathelijne Montens, IJm studio, Thomas Bakker, Tejo Remy & Rene Veenhuizen, Sander Mulder, TTTVO, Maurer United Architects and Bob Copray, 2008


Onomatopee 25 /
Lost between the extensivity/ intensivity Exchange

Warren Neidich, 2008


Onomatopee 24 /
SELEZIONE/SELECTION

city branding as city branding criticality

heyheyhey, 2008


Onomatopee 22 /
slld delights

Sofie Lachaert & Luc D’hanis, 2008


Onomatopee 21 /
Three Ideophones

Goodiepal, Alejandra Salinas & Aeron Bergman, Jorg Piringer, 2008


Onomatopee 20 /
Kapital K

A classless character

Various, 2008


Onomatopee 19 / /
Desarting

Where visual and industrial design mutually attract and distract

Charles van Otterdijk, Floris Hovers, Iris Peeters, Tom Verbruggen, Gijs Gieskes, Sandrijn van den Oever, Danielle Smits, Ruth Lodder, Renske Brinkman, Jeroen Doorenweerd, Wouter Scheublin, Lene ter Haar, 2008


Onomatopee 18 /
By Method of Reasoning

Visually Wrapping and Unwrapping

Karen van de Kraats, Rudi Laermans, Stange Attractors, Max Bruinsma, Metahaven, 2007


Onomatopee 16 /
PIPTSJILLING

The audio-equivalent of a Frisian landscape

Machinefabriek, Jan Kleefstra, 2008


Onomatopee 15 /
THERE’S A RUMOUR GOING ON THAT PEOPLE ARE SPREADING THE WORD

Remco van Bladel, Freek Lomme, 2007


Onomatopee 14 /
Sliding the Slow Split

Navid Nuur, 2007


Onomatopee 13 /
Don’t Know Much About History

a Cairo Diary

Bart De Baets, 2007


Onomatopee 12 /
A la recherche du temps

On time and place

Jos Broeders, Eric Schrijver, Jerome Giller & Alveols, 2007


Onomatopee 11 /
Eigen Terrein / Private Territory

The creative city according to creatives: praxis and plans

Antoine Stemerding, Daily Hero, Dinanda Luttikhedde, Laurent Malherbe, Martijn Rooker, Rob van de Werdt, Simon Kentgens, Susanna Ouwerkerk, Walter Van Broekhuizen, Wouter Huis. Writers: A.C.G. Vianen, Anja Novak, Charles Esche, Edwin van Onna, Eugene Franken, Gert Wijlage, Harrie van Helmond, Freek Lomme and Vivian van Saaze, 2007


Onomatopee 10 /
Encount series

Ferdinand Maks, Gerco Lindeboom/ Danny Jeroense, Michiel van Opstal, Paulien Oltheten, Michiel van der Zanden, Stijn van de Vyver, Maurice van Daalen, Pierke Hulshof, Freek Lomme, Jeroen van Bergen, Gijs Pape, Huib Haye van der Werf, Chiel Kuijl, Gijs van, 2006


Onomatopee 9 /
Onomatopee van Helmond

Embedded prose from Helmond

Jack Nouws, Rob Kappen, Beitske Bouwman, Jaap Robben, Tanja Bee, Nick J. Swarth, Frederieke Hijink, 2006


Onomatopee 8 /
vis à vue

A visual manual for visual culture

Bart de Baets, Derk Reneman & Manuela Porceddu, Eric de Haas, Harmen Liemburg, Hans Gremmen, Jonathan Puckey, Karen Willey, Lesley Moore, Martijn Sandberg, Marjolein Delhaas, Meeuw, Modern, No-Office, Rob van Hoesel, Roger Willems, Severin Frank, Thomas Buxo, Tobias Schaub and Yvonne van Versendaal., 2006


Onomatopee 5 /
Silent Jokes

Jan Leenders, 2006


Onomatopee 4 /
> OF PROPERTY OF ILLUSION OF >

HeyHeyHey, Erwin Thomasse, 2008


Onomatopee 1 /
Playword

Machinefabriek, Jan van den Dobbelsteen, Erwin van Looveren, Freiband, Freek Lomme, Remco van Bladel, 2006


Onomatopee 0 /
Artist Bar

, 2017


Onomatopee 0 /
JURKJES EN JASON

28 SUBJECTIVE VIEWS ON TERRORISM

Students communication Design Academy:Dick Bakker, Mareike Bremer, Jeremie Cornelissen, Anniek Docter, Giselle Duits, Reinout Dullaart, Laury van Eerd, Doortje van Hal, Niek van der Heyden, Jord Janssen, Imke de Jong, Tania Grace Knuckey, Abel Korsmit, Joëlle Lemmers, Khanh Ly, Kees Peerdeman, Thomas Pleeging, Charlotte Porskamp, Saskia Schreven, Quinten Simons, Rixt Singelsma, Anne Smolders, Mari Tosmin, Albert Trulls, Philippe Villevoye, Audrey Zschüschen, Jetty van Zwieten, 2008


Onomatopee -2 /
On drawing

Marcel and Simon van Eeden, 2017

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