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Leonard van Munster


born 1972, Zwolle

Leonard van Munster is a Dutch contemporary artist making Site-specific and Subject-specific work. He studied from 1992 to 1996 at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. This included an exchange programme to Parsons School of Art and Cooper Union in New York.

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A Site specific installation dimension 17x20 meters was presented at Saitama Triennial in Japan. The theme of triennial was "Envisioning the future!" For artist people are at the closest to the future when they are in a state of dreaming. He chose pillows as a symbol for dream. The project was..

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I saw a huge, beautiful brick wall in a center of Adelaide. Part of this brick wall was painted yellow. And on yellow there were signs 'small car' and 'members only' painted in red.

I was intrigued. That gave me an idea of creating what is by now an ever-present symbol of life in the inner..

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Extension Lefever

Montreuil-sur-mer, France
by Didier Faustino

Site specific wooden structure with sheets of aluminium dimension 5,30 m x 7m I 27 m2.

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Misfit Tower

Anyang, South Korea
by Didier Faustino

A signal-tower at the entrance to a park, Misfit Tower gives new form and life to run of the mill materials gleaned on site. A zero-quality monument, it promotes mismatched architecture. Its diachronic rhythm of open/closed, inside/outside, gives it an unfinished air and confronts users with the..

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Moon Plain (Untitled)

South Australia Desert, Australia
by Matej Andraž Vogrinčič

Matej Andraž Vogrinčič created an untitled installation at he place called Moon Plain. The stretch of country, known as gibber desert, is among the driest places in Australia. It begins a few kilometers off the unsealed Oodnadatta track, twenty-five kilometers northeast of the opal mining..

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The 'staircase' of sugar cubes is installed in a place which used to be a storage for white goods (sugar, flour and rice) at the mixed bath triennial in Beppu. The buildings still has a japanese letter for sugar above the door.

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Boats (Untitled)

Liverpool, United Kingdom
by Matej Andraž Vogrinčič

Site specific installation for Liverpool Biennial of arts: 56 fiberglass boats, 5 meters long, 2 meters wide and half a meter high.

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