March – July 2019
In collaboration with Radboud University, Nijmegen Netherlands
Researching patronage in the arts with a view to small-scale organisations. Contemporary benefactors are galvanising a profound change in the art world. By giving artists freedom from quotidian concerns…..
Freja Niemann Lundrup’s sculptures | by Marieke Folkers
An Outside for the Inside
Through her stone sculptures the Danish artist Freja Niemann Lundrup aims to visualise the internal psychological processes of the body. At SEA Foundation she focuses on the ‘Unheimlich’ in relation to horror and trauma in the body.
The work of the British/Australian artist Jon Tarry tests ideas about the prosaic, political and poetic, in the form of sculpture, drawing, film and sound. His work explores art and architectural conditions as a comparative investigation of spatial intelligence.
Artist Dakota Havard invited eleven other artists into his home and studio, to spend the day together and share their insights and practices. The outcomes of the experimental and personal project are presented in a group exhibition at SEA Foundation on 17, 18, 19 May 2019.
Lucandrea Baraldi presents his new work ‘Unfolding Experiential Landscapes #1’ at SEA Foundation Tilburg from 24 May to 11 June 2019. He analysed a used soda cup to uncover layers of personal meaning as opposed to its functional use.