Hiding in plain sight

The Kunstvereniging hosts the group exhibition ‘Hiding in plain sight’ which invites visitors to step into a world of hidden stories in installations created especially for Diepenheim. The Drawing Centre also features work created in situ, in a group exhibition that presents streams of thoughton paper, includingcollages, storytelling, orprojects created without a predeterminedplan.

‘Hiding in plain sight’ a group exhibition with Kristina Benjocki • Alexandra Duvekot • Giuseppe Licari • Ruchama Noorda • Semiconductor | Curator: Alexandra Landré

Kunstvereniging Diepenheim stages its second group exhibition this year: ‘Hiding in plain sight’. Five artists present art that centres around curiosity, exploration and speculative scenarios. The artists taking part dive into everyday reality, posing new questions about the relationship between technology, man and nature. The result is a series of installations that uncover unknown stories or new and surprising perspectives. Visitors encounter tree root systems at eye level, become involved in forensic research into the history of rock, or witness at first hand the creation of new material.

‘Hiding in plain sight’ shows that the most radical and newest ideas may lie hidden beneath the banality of the everyday.

The exhibitions open on 7 July 2018 and run until 16 September 2018.


Image: Giuseppe Licari • ‘Humus’ • 2015 • In de Luwte van de Tussentijd • 35ste Kunsten Festival Watou, België

Artists:

Kristina Benjocki • Alexandra Duvekot • Giuseppe Licari • Ruchama Noorda • Semiconductor

On view in Drawing Centre

Marisa Rappard

Clouded Matter

The gardens of Diepenheim

Lucas Lenglet

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