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Encount series

Onomatopee 10

Encount concisted in a serie of five exhibitions in which two artists with a similarity in theme, aesthetic style or approach presented work in the same room. Encount required public reaction, stimulated by a selected author. The Encount series started on real subjects and ended in abstraction.

Project + publication in series of five:
Each exhibition is documented in a small publication.
Encount concisted in a serie of five exhibitions in which two artists with a similarity in theme, aesthetic style or approach presented work in the same room. Encount required public reaction, stimulated by a selected author. The Encount series started on real subjects and ended in abstraction.

Encount # 1: Public in media
Artists: Ferdinand Maks & Gerco Lindeboom/
Danny Jeroense

Writer:Michiel van Opstal

Encount # 2: Public view
Artists: Paulien Oltheten &
Michiel van der Zanden
Writer:Stijn van de Vyver

Encount # 3: Aesthetic politics
Artists: Maurice van Daalen & Pierke Hulshof
Writer:Freek Lomme

Encount # 4: Applied abstraction
Artists:Jeroen van Bergen & Gijs Pape
Writer:Huib Haye van der Werf

Encount # 5: grid of absolution
Artists:Chiel Kuijl & Gijs van Bon
Writer:Nils van Beek

 

Publication

, 2007

Encount # 1: Public in media

Encount # 1: Public in media
Artists: Ferdinand Maks & Gerco Lindeboom/
Danny Jeroense

Writer:Michiel van Opstal

Type
stapled
Pages
12
Edition
500
Printer
RobStolk, Amsterdam (NL)
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, 2007

Encount # 2: Public view

Artists: Paulien OlthetenMichiel van der Zanden
Writer: Stijn van de Vyver

 

Type
stapled
, 2007

Encount # 3: Aesthetic politics

Artists: Maurice van Daalen & Pierke Hulshof
Writer:Freek Lomme

 

Type
stapled
, 2007

Encount # 4: Applied abstraction

Encount # 4: Applied abstraction
Artists:Jeroen van Bergen & Gijs Pape
Writer:Huib Haye van der Werf

 

 

Type
stapled
Pages
12
Binding
stapled
Color
full color
Printer
Rob Stolk, Amsterdam (NL)
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THE PEOPLE WHO’VE WORKED ON THIS PROJECT

  • Gijs van Bon