From the category “things I forgot to post”: looking back on some great drawings and models from a commissioned remodel-concept for a medieval castle from 2 years back. Kasteel Ammersoyen is on the edge of Gelderland near Den Bosch, and is now preserved as a museum. Within the portfolio of the foundation that runs 7 castle-museums in the province, each with its own trademark, this one was meant to particularly showcase the Middle Ages. This project is for the long haul though. After 600 years they were due for an image update, so a few more years of deliberation can’t hurt.
Installation “Black Eden” at M. Museum
My immersive installation “Black Eden” is open in the pop-up annex of M. Museum, in Almere. Black Eden which alternatively could be called “Carbon Garden”, is about cognitive dissonance in a scorched paradise. It’s a Read more…