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Seek & Hide

Site-specific works produced at the Museum van Loon, Amsterdam, for the solo exhibition Seek & Hide.

The archive of Antoinette de Bach van Loon, who held spiritual séances over forty years, has been the starting point of a visual research about the human inclination towards the supernatural realm.

A series of four photographs and three textile installations.

2010

 



'Allegory of the Six Senses'
ink on paper, 84x110 cm







'The Marriage of Willem van Loon and Margaretha Bas'
ink on paper, 110x187 cm







‘Maria / Gisèle van Loon’ and ‘Jan / Félix van Loon’ in de Schaapjeskamer
ovals, each 84 x 67 cm




‘Jan / Félix van Loon’
 ink on paper, 84 x 67 cm




'Maria / Gisèle van Loon'
ink on paper, 84 x 67 cm




‘Soul Imprints’, Garden room of the Museum van Loon
A pair of double-sided jacquard woven tapestries
Mohair, acrylic and phosphorescent threads
each 250 x 200 cm




“Four Ghosts”
A series of 4 double-sided jacquard woven tapestries
Mohair, acrylic and phosphorescent threads
each 200 x 80 cm 

 







'All is in all and it has always been'
Two pieces of bed sheets connected with text embroidery, 200X150 cm each












 

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