Rafaël Rozendaal

B.Y.O.B @ The Auxiliary, Aug 19

18 August 2016

The B.Y.O.B (Bring Your Own Beamer) is a night of visuals, projections and moving image hosted by Stockton-on-Tees’ The Auxiliary on August 19.

The evening will feature works by Sorcha McCole, Jared Pappas-Kelley, Paul Stewart, Omsk Social Club Feat. PUNK is DADA, Milos Trakilovic, Nathan Baxter, Pete Fleming, Thomas Tyler, Stephen Irving and Ryan David Butler among other national and international artists, as well as Garden Tunes by Spectacular Optical.

The event is part of a series of one-night exhibitions where artists from around the world gather in a place and bring their own projectors, an idea started by Rafaël Rozendaal. This B.Y.O.B is also open to any artists wishing to take part on the evening. To register email info@theauxiliary.co.uk.

Visit the FB event page for more details.**

B.Y.O.B @ The Auxiliary, Aug 19, 2016
B.Y.O.B @ The Auxiliary, Promotional Poster (2016). Courtesy of The Auxiliary, Stockton-on-Tees.
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Rafaël Rozendaal @ Steve Turner, Jan 9 – Feb 6

5 January 2016

Steve Turner will host Abstract Browsing, Rafaël Rozendaal‘s third solo show at the LA gallery, between January 9 – February 6.

For this show Rozendaal has been searching for potential abstract tapestries in the naked structures of webpages. The search is afforded to “the avid explorer of the internet”, as Steve Turner describes Rozendaal, because of a plugin the artist has created.

Against the tapestries that Rozendaal will be making and translating from the naked structures that he finds to have ‘unusual compositions’, the show will also include some of his large printed out ‘RR haiku‘ series. The latter, the press release frames, are almost the opposite of the tapestries: fitting perfectly and firmly in a tweet.

See Steve Turner‘s website for more details.**


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Konstanet in DOings & kNOTs @ Nov 24 – Jan 10

23 November 2015

Non-profit gallery space Konstanet joins the DOings & kNOTs group exhibition taking place at Tallinn Art Hall from November 25 to January 10.

For the duration of the Margit Säde-curated exhibition, Konstanet will be moving into the space and operating out of its exhibition space while remaining open to the public, thereby making what normally remains behind the scenes visible to the general public. The artists involved include Rafaël RozendaalAlex Cecchetti, Esther Mathis and Hanne Lippard among others.

Over the seven-week programme, Konstanet will host three different events: an introductory talk on November 27, the opening of Michele Gabriele‘s new exhibition followed by an artist talk on December 12, and the opening of Maximilian Schmoetzer‘s new show, also followed by an artist talk, taking place on January 8.

Read a recent interview with Konstanet and see the FB exhibition page for details. **


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Publication launches @ Motto Berlin, May 20

19 May 2015

This is the Same Ocean brings editor Samuel J. Davison back together with Melbourne-based print studio Dawn Press for a collaborative risograph issue that presents the works of five photographers: New York’s Daniel P. Shea and Brian Kanagaki, Melbourne’s Sarah Pannell, and Berlin’s Ina Niehoff, joined by Davison himself.

Motto Distribution‘s second launch is the fourth issue of Subway magazine, an artist publication by Erik van der Weijde and 4478zine, now published four times a year. The content comes almost entirely from Wikipedia and eBay, interspersed with visual, photographic and poetic works by contemporary artists like Jochen Lempert, Rafaël Rozendaal and Go Itami.

See the This is the Same Ocean launch page and the Subway launch page for details. **


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