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.
Nina van de Ven | Inspired by Ethnography and Popculture
Nina van de Ven, artist in residence at Cove Park, Scotland
For her residency in Cove Park, Scotland, Nina van de Ven aims to focus on the topic of non-Western objects in Western museums of Ethnology. She wants to uncover questions on appropriation, validation and responsibility.
Exposing Blind Spots through Art | The communal practice of Klaas Burger
Klaas Burger, artist in residence at Cove Park, Scotland
That art in our polarized society is one of the few tools we have to confront, to connect, and to practice shared attention. Klaas will reflect and research this further while in residency at Cove Park.
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.