A Minimal Life
The outbreak of the recent pandemic inspired Mirjam Berloth to begin painting onto photos. The images are of moments that are dear to her. The painted fields represent empty canvasses containing the promise of hope of a new beginning. Also, they stand for her love for Minimal Art.Further along in the project she will place these works, virtually, in the museums that are well known for showing formal art from the 1960’s.
Occasionally the members of Setnet show their installations together. This time the venue for their site specific works is a website.
Every day until the 19th of June there will be a new, empty location shown on the project page https://www.setnet.info. The page will keep changing and added on to up until the finissage on July 19th.
With this online exhibition the artists’ united in Setnet try not to think in limitations but rather use the possibilities of a dynamic website to show their works around the world. To them it is a new and exciting way to show their art. Flyer made by Andy McAlpine.
Stacked Up, wall sculpture, was made in 2019 but recently finished signed on the bottom.
The piece exists of 4 wooden slats, acrylic paint and 2 screw eyes that fit two nails for mounting on the wall.
It measures: H 9,5 cm x W 40 cm x D 5 cm. The nails are 37 cm apart.
Stacked Up may be purchased on Saatchi Art
Need the wall for a new project so have to store away the Moonstones. Each sculpture is numbered and signed on the back.
today installed moonstone nr 3, 19 and 20 at a home in Amsterdam