The third Tijdelijke Binnenland Atelier work period (subsidized by the Mondriaan Fund) will be completed by Eva Pel and Claudia Doms. Like their predecessors, they make use of the facilities and expertise of De Waag and AGA LAB. They want to explore and experiment how physical objects / artifacts, or the supposed existence of this, lives on in the digital space and creating a new reality.
Furthermore Kiki (Kiyoshi) Yamamoto will join as artist in residence to work for AGA LAB. Born in Brazil, but strongly influenced by the Japanese culture of his parents. Kiyoshi graduated with a master’s from the Bergen Academy in 2013, where he lives and works.
Photo: Wonders of Nature by Eva Pel & Claudia Doms