Frank Ammerlaan in 'Another Dimension' at NEST

Group exhibition curated by Zoro Feigl

Frank Ammerlaan in 'Another Dimension' at NEST

NEST (Den Haag) presents Another Dimension, a group exhibition including Frank Ammerlaan curated by Zoro Feigl.

 

“Since everything that is matter can, under favourable circumstances, convert to an organic state, then we can conditionally say that inorganic matter is in embryo living.” -Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, 19th century Soviet rocket-scientist.

In Another Dimension the invisible steps into the light for a brief moment. The creation of the artworks find their origin in that which usually remains unseen, or is so big that we can only think of it in abstractions. Another Dimension brings together artists that are inspired by the most distant corners of our cosmos and cherish a love for the fictional, invisible and alien. Fascinated by the most basic questions, they set out to experiment, eager to discover the nature of our material world.

The exhibition includes work by Frank Ammerlaan, Nicky Assmann and Joris Strijbos, Boris de Beijer, Semâ Bekirovic, Mischa Daams, Gabriel Lester, Keisuke Matsuura, Panamarenko, Oscar Peters, Conrad Shawcross, Gabey Tjon a Tham.

The artists that form part of this exhibition were selected together with Zoro Feigl, who at the same time as Another Dimension will have a solo exhibition titled Infinity in the Electriciteitsfabriek next to Nest.

The exhibition runs from January 13 until March 18, 2018.

The exhibition opens  on the 12th of January from 7 pm. At 7.30 pm, both exhibtions are officially opened by Zoro Feigl, followed by an opening speech at the Electriciteitsfabriek. Twelve artists, chosen by Zoro Feigl, are inspired by the most distant corners of our cosmos and cherish a love for the invisible, craft and science. Fascinated by the most basic questions, they set out to experiment, eager to discover the nature of our material world. The Electriciteitsfabriek closes at 9 pm, but we invite you to continue the opening at Nest.

 



Published: 10/1/2018