Rosa Sijben


January 11, 2019


image Something to hold on to

I’m writing to you from New York City, where David Bernstein and I are building up our work ”Something to hold on to’ in the group exhibition In Practice: Other objects at SculptureCenter. Visitors are offered to hold the objects we made in their hands while they visit the rest of the (amazing!!) group exhibition. We are super happy to be part of this exhibition curated by Gee Wesley, and so grateful to have the support of the Mondriaan Fundfor it. If you happen to be in the big apple, please come hold our work during the opening this Sunday 5-7 pm! After that you still have a chance to do so until 25 March 2019. 

Demo video

Demo’ changed colour again! And we made a video of the latest performance. You can see it here. The work up through 24 February 2019, so you can still check it out in person on the corner of Spoorslag and Beethovenstraat, a four-minute walk from Station Amsterdam Zuid. 

image Between the Soup and the Potatoes

This coming Saturday is your last chance to see ‘Between the Soup and the Potatoes’, a duo show by David Bernstein and yours truly at Billytown. It will be open late for the finissage, Sat 5-8pm. 

Hey you, thanks for reading this newsletter and following my work! 
It really means a lot to me, you know that? Just wanted to make sure you do. 
Have an amazing 2019 and I hope to see you soon. 

Warm regards,

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