Only open from 1pm-5pm each day.
Note from the artist:
Last year I initiated an art project about the invisible risks involved in being confined. The requirements set by my residence permit forbid me to leave the country, so I traveled the entire length of the Netherlands mainland border by car, bus, bike and foot.
This open studio will feature a series of images and a video about the material I collected along the way. During the self-quarantine period I used the materials I had access to; the fabric works are made from my former roommate's bed sheets, extending from the room where I have been living, out the window, to the edge of the property. The small objects in the containers were found when I was roaming the border, and I tried to restore them as they should be. As a foreigner, I seek to share the care and effort I take in restraining my actions so that they comply with social norms and regulations.
The audience may climb into my residency space through the window if they wish, with a maximum of two people at one time, and no more than a total of ten people per day. I also welcome people to use stories on Instagram to share how they ‘break’ in.