February 29 - April 11, 2020

Bird Bath by Mariëlle Videler

Sensing birds…
Do we want to make a bird’s heart beat faster?

Starting from this very question, Dutch artist Mariëlle Videler has developed her personal investigation over birds, making them her main focus in these most recent years of artistic practice.
We are thrilled to announce that the results will be on show at our gallery for her upcoming solo show ‘Bird Bath’.

Join us at the opening, on Saturday the 29th of February, from 17:00 till 19:00!

The exhibition will be running till April the 11th, alongside the public program ‘Bird Club‘: 4 days per week, 24 women will share a personal story about a bird, in the context of the art installation of 365 BIRDS. We look forward to welcome you all!

More info about Bird Club: Bird Club – public program

Visual artist Mariëlle Videler (NL, 1970) is a multimedia artist, creating installations, drawings, objects, videos and performances. She identifies herself with a traveller who undertakes physical as well as imaginary journeys. In the past decade she intensively explored the knowledge, ideology and craft of indigenous cultures such as the Columbian Arwaku, and the Inuit of Greenland. Her work is a plead for sensory and corporeal awareness. Inspired by nature she creates a pathway into the texture of the world.