BIO

Doris Hardeman (1993) is born in Arnhem (NL) and raised in Augusta (USA) and the Hague (NL). She is a young artist working predominantly in sculptural and installation works. In 2016 she finished her bachelor degree in fine arts at the Royal Academy of Art in the Hague (NL) and is currently following a master program in fine arts at the HEAD School of Art & Design in Geneva, (CH). One of her main focus points lies within everything's worldly existence, as she claims everything around us, it being a tree-ring, a stretch-mark, or a rusty run-over can of soda, all bear the marks of time. Her works explore the presence of a material or object in their exact moment of depiction, mostly resulting in poetic installations, where words and form merge, creating a subtle space for the perceiver to reside in. At Doris' degree show she was selected for the STROOM Invest grant, which supported her to start her masters degree in Geneva. Accompanying the STROOM Invest grant an additional study grant from the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds made it possible for her to fulfill her master studies abroad. Being abroad is for Doris an interesting state to be in as it pushes her out of her auto-pilot modus. Cultural, linguistic and infrastructural differences force her to reestablish her relation to the things she is surrounded by. She has followed several residency programs and group shows in different places including Glasgow (Scotland), Como (Italy) and Yaroslavl (Russia), performed at Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan (Italy) and at Kunstnerneshus in Oslo (Norway).

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EDUCATION

 

2017 / now

(MA) Fine Arts, HEAD- Geneva (CH)

 

2012 /2016

(BA) Fine Arts, KABK, the Hague (NL)

 

EXPO  /   PROJECTS / RESIDENCIES

 

2019/

ON ATTENTE DE TOI 1.3, cool/dry/fan, IBIS centre Gare, Geneva

2018/

KAR-A-SUTRA III with Anthea Hamilton, Kunstnerneshus, Oslo, https://kunstnerneshus.no/arrangementer/kar-a-sutra-av-anthea-hamilton

HOLLST, residency in Yaroslavl, Russia

DOMINGO, lunches, Geneva



2017 /

RHY / THM, Nieuwe Molstraat 25, the Hague

LANGUAGE AND SOUND AS SCULPTURE, XXIII CSAV - Artists Research Lab with Hannah Black, Karl Holmqvist, Michael Dean, Russel Haswell, FONDAZIONE ANTONIO RATTI, Como, http://www.fondazioneratti.org/CSAV/2017/advanced-course-in-visual-arts

ALONG LINES, Inter-format Symposium, Nida Art Colony, Nida

BRICE ABERNETHY: MISSING, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

 

2016 /

OPZICHT PRESENTATIE, Stroom Den Haag, the Hague

DIRTY DAISIES, Fokkerterminaal, the Hague

I LOSE YOU, Milk In Arti Et Amicitiae,  (solo) Amsterdam

A PURSUIT OF THE UNGRASPABLE, Electron, Breda

JUST EXCELLENT, Fine Arts, KABK Graduation Festival, the Hague

DRIFT, In Staat Tot Natuur, Felix Meritis, Amsterdam

AS CLOSE TO BLACK AS BLUE CAN BE, Megastores, the Hague

 

2015 / 

MOTHERLODE;/;/;/;/;/;/ the Hague

BLOODY MARY, Maagdenhuis, Amsterdam

WOODEN WEB, KABK, the Hague

 

2014 / 

BACK STAGE ON STAGE, Salone Internationale Del Mobile, Milan

http://milano.kabk.nl/finearts/

 

2013 / 

UITGELICHT, Filmhuis, the Hague

 

PUBLICATION

 

2017/

HOW DO WE MAKE A WE, XXIII CSAV,

http://backbonebooks.net/publications/how-do-we-make-a-we/

 

2016 /

MISTER MOTLEY.NL, http://www.mistermotley.nl/art-everyday-life/doris-hardeman-kabk /

http://www.mistermotley.nl/art-everyday-life/kabk-2016

BK-Informatie edition 2016-4, picture of work: expanding fields

https://www.bk-info.nl/?p=1715

BRING YOUR CHANGE, catalogue of group-show "AS CLOSE TO BLACK AS BLUE CAN BE"

 

 

GRANTS

 

2018/

Awarded with a Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds study grant





2016/

Awarded with the STROOM X KABK INVEST program

 

RADIO

 

2018 /

AMP Radio, hosting "THE HOUR OF L.O.V.E.", weekly reading, LiveInYourHead, Geneva

https://ampradio.today/

 

2016 /

KABK X MOTLEY, Radio Expansion, radio show on Mister Motley

http://www.mistermotley.nl/en/file/radio-expansion-kabk-x-motley-royal-academy-art-hague