BIO

 

Doris Hardeman (1993) born in Arnhem and raised in the USA and The Hague is a young artist and graduate from the Royal Art Academy in The Hague where she studied Fine Arts. She uses sculpture as a tool to unravel the spiderweb called her brain. Questions about how and why we take part as human beings and the relation to our surroundings keep her mind cracking. By translating certain subjects into objects she creates her own metaphors mostly resulting in installations containing references towards natural surroundings such as peaks of mountains and heaving oceans. She aims to create a poetic environment where the viewer can elevate its self into a certain state of mind as she finds no hierarchy in seeing towards feeling, the experience goes through all senses.

EXPO  /   PROJECTS

 

2017 /

rhy / thm, Nieuwe Molstraat 25, Den Haag

LANGUAGE AND SOUND AS SCULPTURE, XXIII CSAV - Artists Research Lab, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Italy

BRICE ABERNETHY: MISSING, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow

 

2016 /

OPZICHT PRESENTATIE, Stroom Den Haag, Den Haag

DIRTY DAISIES, Fokkerterminal, Den Haag

I LOSE YOU, Milk In Arti Et Amicitiae, Amsterdam

A PURSUIT OF THE UNGRASPABLE, Electron, Breda

JUST EXCELLENT, Fine Arts, KABK Graduation Festival, Den Haag

DRIFT, In Staat Tot Natuur, Felix Meritis, Amsterdam

AS CLOSE TO BLACK AS BLUE CAN BE, Megastores, Den Haag

 

2015 / 

MOTHERLODE;/;/;/;/;/;/ Den Haag

BLOODY MARY, Maagdenhuis, Amsterdam

WOODEN WEB, KABK, Den Haag

 

2014 / 

BACK STAGE ON STAGE, Salone Internationale Del Mobile, Milano

 

2013 / 

UITGELICHT, Filmhuis, Den Haa

 

PUBLICATION

 

2017/

LANGUAGE AND SOUND AS SCULPTURE, CSAV III, publication (coming up)

 

2016 /

MISTER MOTLEY.NL, publication of graduation work

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

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

 

 

GRANTS

 

2016/

Awarded with the STROOM KABK INVEST program

 

RADIO

 

2016 /

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