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ROOM 570 Kira Fröse

„I have to touch this“

 

My work is emotive and focused on one’s desire for haptic experiences.Glossy surfaces,structured fluid forms and dynamic matter - the confrontation of stagnation and movement fascinates and inspires me.

 

Through the use of color, organic, playful, and dynamic shapes, my work wants to seduce and invite the viewers to experience what is in front of them with their own senses and imagination. Subconsciously influenced by the aesthetics of nature and objects of everyday life, I create static forms that depict motion and appear to be smooth and light despite the heaviness of their substance. Observing more closely one can perceive that aesthetics can only endure through the presence of unaesthetic detail.

 

The materials I prefer using are ceramics, plastic, plaster, glass and textile, because they have the most haptic and satisfying effect on me. All these materials have their own will and come along with a certain stubbornness by their very nature – just like me.

 

During the process of creating work I knead, I stroke, I strike, I construct and touch everything with my hands -

 

„I have to touch this.“

OTHER PARTICIPATING ARTISTS & DESIGNERS

ENTRANCE  HALLWAY  Paulus de Groot
ROOM 583 Cindy Bakker

ROOM 581  Rob van der Hoeven

ROOM 579  Douwe Halbertsma

ROOM 577  Jelmer Konjo

ROOM 576  Isabell Schulz

ROOM 575  KUKKA  (Laura Luchtman)

ROOM 574 Rein Reitsma

ROOM 573  Jeannette Ephraïm & Paul Kolbrink
ROOM 572  Milica Jovicevic 

ROOM 571  Stefan Gross

ROOM 570  Kira Fröse
ROOM 569  Serge Game

ROOM 568  Daleen Bloemers

ROOM 567  Pim Top

ROOM 566  Rik Versteeg

ROOM 565  NIGHTSHOP (Ward Van Gemert)

ROOM 564  Astrid Moors

ROOM 563  Laura Schurink

ROOM 561  MISHMASH

ROOM 559  Ruud Goedhart

ROOM 557  Nan Wang 

ROOM 555  Irma Joanne

ELEVATORS  Astrid Goossens 

POSTER DESIGN Zuzanna Loch

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