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Artist in residence

Met ingang van 1 september 2014 zijn de artist residences opgeheven.

Vanaf 1 september 2009 tot 1 september 2014 bood de stichting Hommes Foundation twee Artists in Residence-studio's aan, die waren gelegen naast de expositieruimte. Deze residencies waren bestemd voor buitenlandse kunstenaars die voor minimaal een half jaar tot maximaal een jaar in Rotterdam wilden werken.

Marc Torres

Marc Torres

Trained in Architecture, Design and Sculpture in Barcelona, and with a multidisciplinary vocation, I like to explore the unknown dimensions. Beyond wood and metal, I use to work with ideas, producing objects but most of the times interactive installations and machines. Recently, I am developing a series of poetic transducers. These poetic devices are mechanical instruments capable of translating the energy that surrounds me into a aesthetic expression.
Until september 2014, at Hommes art-in-residence I'm working in a "feet drawing device" that will transduce the audience movement into draws and an interactive sound installation based in a Jean Tinguely statement of 1959 called: "Static! static! static!". I'm also moving another poetic transducer called "wavegrapher" to the Rotterdam art scene.
www.marctorresciuro.tk

 

 

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Simone Meier and Roland Sutter / Neclectic

Simone Meier and Roland Sutter / Neclectic

Our artists' collaboration named "Neclectic" was founded upon the idea of forming an art brand beyond gender and the individual. By making our two characters part of our work we play with the issues of representation and role-playing.
Our recent work refers to advertising for design, lifestyle products and entertainment by pointing out the topics of visual presentation, striking a pose and representing diverse stereotypes out of show business. Within the label of „Neclectic" we create and produce so-called art products and performances by using as well as by questioning the promotional aesthetics and procedures. Simone Meier and Roland Sutter. www.neclectic.com

 

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Banafsheh Rahmani

Banafsheh Rahmani

The path of Banafsheh Rahmani (Tehran 1972), Iranian painter who lives and works since 2004 in Trieste, is characterized by a constant relationship with art history. After high school, she studied at the University of Tehran Azad and in 1996 she graduated in Painting. Choosing as a field of inquiry, the Cubism of Braque, she presented a thesis on French art criticism artist accompanied by an art project twenty paintings made with the technique of collage. In 2002 she got MA in art - bassed research, she analyzed the symbolism of the miniatures in Shahname Baisonghori, a Persian codex from the fifteenth-century. During this period she started to work as a teacher teaching painting at the prestigious Kanoon, the Institute for the intellectual development of children and adolescents and different art schools. She held an introductory course on figurative arts bases for two consecutive academic years finishing her teaching career at Azad University in Tehran in autumn 2003. The following year after moving to Italy, she continued her studies on the history of art and graduated at the University of Trieste, Faculty of Arts in 2009. The subject matter of her degree thesis was Death in Arts: the work of Marlene Dumas.
During her short career she has participated in several exhibitions making her debut in Iran in some collective shows and in the 5th Biennial of Painting in Tehran. After taking part in various events in Italy, Germany, Croatia and Slovenia. she was exhibited one of her work at the Biennale Diffusa FVG in the Italian pavilion of the Biennale of venice in 2011. In the same year she also won the 55th Marina of Ravenna prize enabling her to arrange a personal show at the Art Museum of Ravenna MAR. In 2013 She was exhibited at the International biennial of contemporary Arts and Design on environmental sustainability in Padua.

 

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Luca di Luzio

Luca di Luzio

Luca Di Luzio ( 1986, Italy)

Luca di Luzio is the artist in residence from 25 May to 14 September 2013

"I am a painter.I was born in Rome in 1986, I studied painting at the "Accademia di Belle  Arti " before in Rome than in Florence. I participated to some residency in France, United States and Netherlands. Since 2002 I attend a course in drawning the nude. My perspective as a painter is communicating the tangible.  For me the tangible is what we may discover through the feeling, is where the word and the thought can't arrive. To me painting is a silent language that tells us about the invisible, the immaterial and about the mistery of the world. Like Brancusi sead, i think that "art is not a coincidence", art exist to remember us about the beauty and about the mistery that surrounds our lives, without having the presumption to explain us something."

www.lucadiluzio.eu

 

 

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Luca Di Luzio ( 1986, Italy)

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Nelleke Beltjens

Nelleke Beltjens

Nelleke Beltjens (1974, the Netherlands) exhibits and works both in the US and Europe. Her works deal with fragmentation and complexity, which characterizes our present. She endeavors to create something that is impossible to render in concepts. During her stay at the Hommes Foundation she will concentrate on large scale multiple color ink drawings, which deal with complexity, opposition, and possibility or \"becoming\". Besides drawing she cuts into her work, and replaces parts within the drawing.
www.nellekebeltjens.com

 

 

 

Nelleke Beltjens Nelleke Beltjens

Nelleke Beltjens (1974, the Netherlands) exhibits and works both in the US and Europe. Her works deal with fragmentation and ... » Lees meer

Dieneke Jansen (NZ)

Dieneke Jansen (NZ)

Jansen has been exhibiting in artist-run spaces and public institutions over the last six years, including group, collaborative and solo exhibitions. Her work was included in WWW.WONDER-LAND.CO.NZ exhibited in Photografia Festival Internazionale Di Roma, Pingyao International Photography Festival in China and in the AK07 Auckland Arts Festival. Her photographic practice has included large light-box installations such as the AUT University Business School Building permanent artwork entitled Common Setting, and the temporary light-box installation with HSP off-site project titled Directing Weeds. The 2011 international exhibition Rapid Change at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts included a pivotal 7x4 meter work. Her practice includes dialogues with other photographers such as the Duet collaboration in the Surveyors exhibition, the Pausing Terrain collective which have exhibited together twice, and the Evergreen project, which will be installed in the Courtney Place light-boxes, Wellington in April 2012.

Between a Brick and a Tender Place

Dieneke Jansen\'s photographic practice has focused on the relationship between designed and indeterminate aspects of residential areas. As a Hommes CK12 artist in residence, she will specifically focus on the shared spaces between and around social housing areas in Rotterdam. This is motivated by the desire to gain some understanding of how the notion of agency plays itself out within the confines of high-density urban living situations. She will explore possibilities with assumed analogue characteristics such as perspective and moment-in-time, while embracing photography\'s indexicality. Jansen questions how photographic work can open up a discourse about residential environs at the same time as it speaks of itself, its mediation. As part of KWC, Jansen will open her studio to show work-in-progress two and a half weeks into her residency.

Images : 2011 / Freemans\' Progressive Dinner. This project followed the format of a progressive dinner across a series of Freemans Bay parks and reserves to question the perceived ownership, access and purpose of public spaces.

 

Dieneke Jansen (NZ) Dieneke Jansen (NZ)

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Paco Dalmau

Paco Dalmau

Paco Dalmau (1978, Spain) Academic studies at Arts and Crafts of Castellón (Spain) and Sanvisens Fine Arts School of Barcelona (Spain). Lives and works in Barcelona for seven years, presents his collections "The introverted dance" and "Polyptychs: family portraits" in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Vila-real, Castellon. Take part in group exhibitions in cities such as Valencia, Marbella, New York, Kyoto, Montreal, London, Mallorca among others, his works have been awarded in contests in different countries, Spain, USA, UK ... During his stay as artist in residence at The Hommes Foundation CK 12 in the city of Rotterdam, Paco Dalmau work the whole process of documentation of his collection Sapiens: unique race. Being the inhabitants of the city the protagonists of the work. http://pacodalmau.com/ 

Klick here for an interview with Paco Dalmau about his work and project.

Sapiens Collection: Unique race

The collection consists of 49 paintings making up an anthropological study taking as a starting point one of the latest classifications published, namely for the year 1944, where Henri V. Vallois postulates a division into four major groups and 24 secondary races (ethnic groups). Leucoderma group (10 secondary races), Melanoderma group (7 secondary races), Xantoderm group (7 secondary races). The structural skeleton of the collection used for the Project was in the form of a family tree, that creates a lattice of generational interbreeding taking place between 1980 and 2160, allowing each step of the development and evolution to be checked and the conclusion confirmed: the collection's final image, representing a man and a woman with a complete genetic mixture.

Documentation: (The Hommes Foundation CK 12)

Photograph of specimen model, Drawing of specimen model, Graphite sketches, Color tests (water colors, oils), Graphite drawing, final study, 100x70 cm, Interviews with models, Notes, Essay, literary fiction

Final work: 49 paintings: 250x210x4 cm (each).

Here is an interview with Paco Dalmau in the Spanish Newspaper.

 

 

 

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Daniela de Paulis

Daniela de Paulis

I am a visual artist working with video, sound and performance. Since 2001 I have been working on several long projects, often in collaboration with sound artists and recently a team of scientists and radio amateurs. I usually aim at collaborating with institutions and businesses that are not directly involved with art. A recurrent topic in my work is exploring the poetics of nomadism and mobility, researching on their social, economic and historical causes and their spatial implications, however the artistic content I want to convey goes beyond strictly political thinking, attempting at opening up space for philosophical and poetical reasoning. In `the Invisible Cities` videos for example the viewer perceives immediately the sense of displacement caused by the endless global trade by sea and the mechanized architecture of international harbours, however by watching all the videos simultaneously in the installation setting, he or she might perceive that this sense of displacement could also suggest a spatial flow and an attraction or longing for these unknown territories. By showing the mechanism of trade I want to place the viewer in front of a reality which is often forgotten –the large scale trade by sea together with the imposing architectural structures that continuously need to adjust to the increasing demands of the market- while at the same time triggering his/her `desire` for exploration and discovery that is the root for creative thinking and restlessness. The philosophical concept of `derive` is in fact something that I want to convey in`Invisible Cities`, behind the grand epic of mercantile history, only suggesting it as a `physical` state that the viewer can experience if he or she surrenders to the repetitive, abstract and frictionless movements generated by the harbour`s megastructures.

The proposal represents the final development of the `Invisible Cities` project that I started in 2006 with the aim of portraying international harbours through video art. In `Invisible Cities` the port cities of Rotterdam and Helsinki are represented as fictional landscapes, in this last part of the project I will take a documentary-like approach, mantaining however the fictional inspiration from travel literature, such as `The Travels of Marco Polo`. During my residency at `Hommes` in Rotterdam I will attempt at completing this project by involving directly shipping companies and people working on containerships. My plan is asking them to film video clips and take images of the weeks-long journeys by sea from harbour to harbour, focusing both on the `architecture` of the ports and on the human aspects of their travel. Ideally many sailors will participate, in order to collect a great amount of video and photographic material from all over the world. They will be invited to use either their mobile phones or a video camera, possibly uploading their material into a server/website. For the final exhibition I will edit the footage into a documentary, maybe accompanied by a slideshow or printed photographs. It would be great to involve the Maritiem Museum in Rotterdam and show the work during the Open Haven Dagen 2012.

 

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Yoshiyuki Koinuma

Yoshiyuki Koinuma

Yoshiyuki Koinuma (1982, Japan) heeft in 2010 het twee-jarig Artist in Residence programma op de Rijksakademie in Amsterdam afgerond. Daarna verhuisde hij naar Rotterdam voor een verblijf in Kaus Australis. á
Koinuma maakt werken met gemengde technieken van schilderen, tekenen, collage, printen en keramiek. Op dit moment werkt hij aan een serie met collage van kleine omvang genaamd Little Treasures. Gedurende zijn verblijf in CK12 zal hij deze serie afronden.
Zijn werk wordt sterk be´nvloed door de computerspellen waarmee veel kinderen uit Japan opgroeien, waaronder Role-Playing Game en Online Game. Door de serie Little Treasures wil Koinuma zijn eigen wereld tot uitdrukking brengen.
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Lucas Rampazzo

Lucas Rampazzo

Lucas Rampazzo (1982, Brazilië) werkt meestal met geometrische patronen, vormen en symbolen. Door middel van zichtbare en onzichtbare structuren, zoekt hij in zijn werk een manier om te organiseren en ontregelen; soms ontregelend om te re-rganiseren.

Hij combineert de structuren en patronen ook in muziek door het componeren en het creëren van minimal en sfeervolle songs.
Als grafisch ontwerper ontwikkelt hij werken in diverse segmenten, zoals redactioneel, mode, video, muziek, verpakkingen, visuele identiteit en drukwerk. Als een introspectieve waarnemer probeert hij door muziek, zuiverheid, schoonheid en eenvoud te overstijgen in inspiratie.

Lucas Rampazzo is A.I.R. vanaf 1 janauri 2011 tot 1 oktober 2011. During the Open studio on 10 and 11 september he presented Invisible/visible Patterns including wallpaper design, paintings, collages, sound compositions and music performance. For the open studio Rampazzo has created a wallpaper series with geometric shapes and patterns. Following the structures given by the wallpaper, the viewer is invited to align objects in the environment. A one-hour song of ambient music will play during the exhibition with a different melody every minute, reinforcing the concept of pattern and repetition. The installation encourages us to reflect about time and our daily rules of organisation. Music Performance: Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September at 5 pm.

Music performed during Open studio 10 and 11 september 2011 : http://soundcloud.com/rampazzo/untitled9

www.lucasrampazzo.com
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Lucas Rampazzo (1982, Brazilië) werkt meestal met geometrische patronen, vormen en symbolen. Door middel van zichtbare en onzichtbare structuren, zoekt ... » Lees meer

Biddy Livesey

Biddy Livesey

Biddy Livesey (1983, Nieuw-Zeeland) is kunstenaar en schrijver. Zij maakt performances en schrijft teksten. Sinds 2005 werkt ze samen met Amy Howden-Chapman onder de aam Raised by Wolves. Raised by Wolves trad op in Nieuw-Zeeland, Australië en Nederland. Hun werk is gebaseerd op het ontdekken en documenteren van de economische en sociale patronen in de stedelijke omgeving. Belangrijke werken tot op heden: Since the Great Depression-series (2009), een werk voor Spaceman Television series New Artland (2008), en After Leaving the Wilderness/Strange Parade (2007). Dit laatste vormde de afsluiting van de Artists-in-residence periode in Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne.

Biddy Livesey was A.I.R. from 1 November 2010 until 1 May 2011. In this period she worked on a publication project exploring Rotterdam's sister city relationships. She also collaborated with Geoff Pinfield and Ioana Tudor, to create a performance called One Two One Two investigating the experiences of migration, integration and the economic history and future of Charlois. The performance One Two One Two took place on 25 April 2011 at 12 and 14 Charloisse Kerksingel, Rotterdam.

To download the sister publications Cities as Sisters and Sisters as Cities. Text by Biddy Livesey, design by Lucas Rampazzo.

Click here to download an audio recording of the performance One Two One Two. Collaboration with Geoff Pinfield and Ioana Tudor (coming soon!)

 

Biddy Livesey

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Tomas Navarro

Tomas Navarro

Titel van de foto:
Regular solids or the Luca Pacioli Scanner Revival Digital composition from scanned bodies and atrezzo Barcelona 2006

Tomas Navarro is A.I.R. vanaf 1 september tot 31 december 2010.

www.crampton.es

www.tomasnavarrobeltrame.blogspot.com (Arts works)

www.labcuatro.blogspot.com (Arts collective)

 

 

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Clare Noonan

Clare Noonan

Het werk van beeldend kunstenaar Clare Noonan (1982, Nieuw-Zeeland) omvat sculpturale objecten, fotografie, installaties en interventies. Noonan onderzoekt in haar werk de grenzen tussen geografie, historiecultuur. Haar werk zweeft tussen fictie en waarheid. Na haar afstuderen aan de School voor Schone Kunsten van de Universiteit van Canterbury, Christchurch, Nieuw-Zeeland in 2004, had Noonan tentoonstellingen in Nieuw-Zeeland en Nederland. Haar meest recente project Field Work (SOFA Gallery, 2009) werd ontwikkeld als Artist in Residence en winnaar van de Olivia Spencer Bower Foundation Art Award 2009.

Clare Noonan is Artist in Residence in CK 12 vanaf 1 mei tot 1 november 2010.

 

Clare Noonan

Het werk van beeldend kunstenaar Clare Noonan (1982, Nieuw-Zeeland) omvat sculpturale objecten, fotografie, installaties en interventies. Noonan onderzoekt in haar ... » Lees meer

Fabrizi Bianchini

Fabrizi Bianchini

Fabrizio Bianchini is working on a project called "Del blanco y negro al color " (from black and white to color. The subjects are people immortalized during their normal city lives. These moments are captured in time and then reinterpreted on the canvas, inserting some parts in colour, over a grey base of black and white. This project started two years ago, through his observation of people always moving faster, and seem colder and bitterer, trying to follow the rules of modern life. They have almost become part of city`s furniture, taking on its shape and its greyness. Fabrizio decided to represent and denounce this situation, and to use the colour over a base of black and white, trying to emphasize and give back strength and human¬ity to people and their skin.

Fabrizio Bianchini was in the Residence from 1 November 2009 untill 1 May 2010. In that period he focused on the community of Charlois. With the support of Stichting Hommes Foundation, Deelgemeente Charlois en st. Nac he realised a mural in the Verboomstraat, which was officially reveiled in May 2010

 

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Stefano Calligaro

Stefano Calligaro

Stefano Calligaro`s werk kan worden gezien als een subtiele intentie om betekenissen opnieuw te beschrijven en herdefiniëren. Sculpturen, installaties en beelden maken deel uit van zijn werk dat in voortdurende dialoog staat met de ruimte waarin zij zijn opgenomen. Op deze manier blijft het werk van Calligaro ver van het spectaculaire, om uiteindelijk zijn omgeving te vinden in een dimensie die ontstaat door kleine gebaren.

Stefano Calligaro verbleef in the Artist in Residence vanaf 1 september 2009 tot 1 september 2010.

 

Stefano Calligaro

Stefano Calligaro`s werk kan worden gezien als een subtiele intentie om betekenissen opnieuw te beschrijven en herdefiniëren. Sculpturen, installaties en ... » Lees meer

Teresa Iannotta

Teresa Iannotta

Teresa Iannotta (1981, Italië) is een onafhankelijke curator, werkzaam in Italië en Nederland. Zij was Artist in Residence vanaf 1 september 2009 tot 1 september 2010. Tentoonstellingsruimten, maar ook ruimten die gewoonlijk niet voor kunst bestemd zijn, spelen een belangrijke rol in haar praktijk. De twee typen zijn even belangrijk in de ontwikkeling van haar projecten, die tot dusver plaats vonden in galeries, in door kunstenaars georganiseerde projectruimten, alsmede in het openbaar vervoer en in ramen van gebouwen. Haar recente project is de tentoonstelling Quit is the New Loud in Hotel Mariakapel in Hoorn.

Als onderdeel van haar verblijf in de Residence van Hommes cureerde ze de tentoonstelling Once Upon Today, waarin vier internationale kunstenaars werk ontwikkelden rond het thema van de vertelling

 

Teresa Iannotta

Teresa Iannotta (1981, Italië) is een onafhankelijke curator, werkzaam in Italië en Nederland. Zij was Artist in Residence vanaf 1 ... » Lees meer

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