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.
The Marriage of Willem van Loon and Margaretha Bas
110 x 187 cm
Maria / Gisèle van Loon and Jan / Félix van Loon
Jan / Félix van Loon
84 x 67 cm
Maria / Gisèle van Loon
84 x 67 cm
Allegory of the Six Senses
84 x110 cm
All is in all and it has always been.
Two pieces of bed sheet connected with text embroidery.
200 x 150 cm each
photos by M. v.d. Bergh and E.Belit Sag
Photo by B. Brummans
Tapestries for A. de B.: Soul Imprints and Four Ghosts
2 Jacquard tapestries as decorative curtains in the Garden Room.
Mohair and acrylic threads. 350 x 160 cm each
4 Jacquard tapestries as wall panels in the Garden Room.
Mohair and phosphorescent threads, reversible. 200 x 80 cm each
The textile pieces were produced at the Audax Textielmuseum, Tilburg.