dinsdag 29 september 2015

de tentoonstelling DUENDE ondergaat veranderingen
na 4 okt. wordt DUENDE REVISITED uitgebreid met sculptuur
kijk op http://duendepx.blogspot.nl/ voor de actuele stand

dinsdag 22 september 2015

                                          Synthese  sculpture 1992 cast yellow copper and ironwork
                                          sphere newly polished
                                          sphere is protected by ironwork representing characters from
                                          Mesopotamia; the origin of the western alphabet                    

vrijdag 11 september 2015

Curator of art exhibitions

Archipel Apeldoorn   Draussen vor der Tur
Paraplu fabriek Nijmegen   Zucht
Perspectief Enschede    New Saints
Haus im Park Emmerich    The prof. and his students
Galerie Espace Enny Laag Keppel     Digital garden
                                                            Soundscape l
                                                            Soundscape ll
VM23 Arnhem       Duende
Townhall Arnhem   AAA  ArtEZ Alumni Arnhem

Sustainable energy in an Iberian dance

Arnhem based artist Carel Lanters made this concept: a large sculpture in about 200 layers, rotating at low speed, using sustainable energy. In cooperation with engineer and artist Egbert Bouwhuis, also based in Arnhem.

The sculpture represents an Iberian dancer with revolving rotation linked to the available energy produced by waterpower, wind power and sunlight power. The amount of the different power supplies are made visible by means of several telescopic vertical signs on top of the sculpture.

She tells the story of renewable energy she needs for her movement. The image has a multitude of functions to be discovered by the onlooker, who can also use an application on a personal device, to manipulate rotation-speed.  

We are talking with several corporations to realize this sculpture at a certain place in or around Arnhem at a size of approximately  15 meters. This will take several years of development. In the meantime it would be of great interest to develop a smaller scale sculpture (about 5 meters) with the same technology and public interfaces for the public space.

We would like to discuss this opportunity with you.
At the end of this month we will start to realize a model with the technological interfaces at a studio in the centre of Arnhem: JP van Muijlwijkstraat 23.