Time After Time is curated by Professor Stephen Foster, John Hansard Gallery’s Director from 1987–2017 and reflects on the Gallery‘s history and programme.
Exhibition: Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion on Instagram 22 March 2018 till the end. https://www.instagram.com/vvvr___/ An Insta-Expo for robots learning how to be human in a digital world. The exhibition on Instagram (starting on the 22nd of March 2018) shows one artwork a day. Each […]
Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion, Promo! Including Packaging Tape and Dispenser (2015-2018).
2x Printed adhesive vinyl tape and 1x Hand Tape Dispenser in taped carton box.
Tape: Adhesive vinyl tape 50 mm x 66 meter, printed with text: “Caution Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion” in a font designed by VVVR.
Hand Tape Dispenser: variable
Box, ca. 25 x 17x 7cm.
After some tinkering, trial and error I am developing a digital sketch book with FileMaker. The current version uses the ‘web viewer’ within FileMaker to capture drawing (See FMEasyCanvas, details on Github) Hopefully that will sort out all the pieces of paper with notes and […]
How Can You and I Ever Be Free In The 21stC? (2017) Walter van Rijn Poster on billboard 3x6m, Font Being Human. #REDboard2017, RED Contemprary Arts, Hull UK. #REDboard2017, an off-site project from RED Contemporary Arts in Hull. REDboard is a curated series of thirteen […]
UGLyD wall drawing (2017) graphite, John Hansard Gallery. Testing out possiblities for wall drawings after the artwork time frames I created for the JHG Exhibition Archive. In this archive I have created for each exhibition and artwork an infographic that shows the time frame of […]
Text from artist’s book: A_Selection_Of_66_From_JHG : Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion (2018)
It introduces the terms unconsumable, global, luxury and dispersion, in relation to my artist’s practice and my upcoming exhibition at the Hansard Gallery.
Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion (UGLyD) is a project that collects and disperses artwork titles related to an exhibition history. In collaboration with the John Hansard Gallery, Walter van Rijn has aggregated more than 5000 artwork titles from work exhibited in the gallery at the Highfield Campus from the first exhibition in 1980 till the last in 2016.