I’ve heard great things about this (wild) exhibition. In addition to the ‘kinetic art theme park’ highlight by Oscar Peters, the exhibition features work by the incredible artists Zoro Feigl, Philip Vermeulen and Natalia Jordanova.
W139, a project space for contemporary art, now features art that literally will rattle around your head. Artist Oscar Peters built a six-and-a-half metre high roller coaster using twee kilometres of wood. He challenged other artists to make their own cart – a provocation that went down well; various artworks can now be seen riding the attraction. The Wild displays the beauty and vulnerability of the constantly moving figures. The artworks run the risk of damage or even downfall. Will they die slowly, without us noticing or will they grotesquely perish as we watch?
Tim Terpstra succesfully launched We Are Public in The Hague, Leiden and Delft as chief curator and project leader. He is a freelance curator and creative producer. In this role, he works together with and makes connection between creatives, artists and organisations in the field of art, music and digital culture. Tim has strong ties with The Hague, but is often involved with international projects. Previously, Tim has worked as a curator and project manager at TodaysArt and Bright Collisions, where he was responsible for networks such as We Are Europe, SHAPE and ICAS. On top of this, Tim has been involved with founding the Hyphae music platform and the Teletekst is dood! Collective. He has also been working odd jobs for FutureEverything and Underground Resistance.
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