Monday, October 4, 2010 - 6:00am - 7:00am
Recital Hall 12 noon Oct 4, 2010
In my minimal and colourful installations I use everyday materials, such as tape, foil and paper, to make looking at the work and experiencing it accessible and honest. Just as the already present elements in the space – light, lines, shapes, frames, etcetera – form an open medium; they are there and discernable. I prefer images or gestures in art to be accessible. A viewer should not need knowledge before experiencing a work. Therefore I refer to the given world around us, to how this shapes and colours our experiences. Space works as a definition, a framework that we have to deal with as a status quo. Within this framework I want to offer a suggestion or a way-out to the boundaries that are placed before us and by our selves with pre-set expectations and logic. My work should appeal to our experience before interpretation, before we use our lingual consciousness, to discuss the perception of the viewer.
In 2007 Bruynzeel completed 3D/Sculpture, Royal Academy of Fine Arts, BFA, The Hague, NL
and in 2002 Philosophy, University of Amsterdam, MA, Amsterdam, NL.