Top image: Walter van Rijn (2019) Labyrinth Wall Design 2, collage on aluminium, 80 x 60 x 2 cm, font Being Human. Digital print, vinyl, aluminium panel with aluminium subframe. The works in the series Labyrinth consists of repetitions of text and coloured lines creating […]
The Detoxification of UGLD, A Selection Of 25, is a statement on Human Rights and Art in the form of quotes. It comments on our current cultural-political situation through quotes.
At The Other Art Fair I will launch my new artist’s book “A_Selection_Of_25_From_JHG_By_*:bot_(2018)” in a very limited edition of 25. The publication (and my show during the art fair) is a continuation of my dispersal practice, but this time in a commercial context.
Walter van Rijn, He Thought That UGLD (2018) New Media work 20 of a series of 25; Digital print face-mounted on plexiglass, with aluminium subframe, 30.5 x 41.5 x 2.5 cm; Artwork created for the “Time After Time” exhibition at John Hansard Gallery 2018. Limited […]
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.
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.