CURRENT & MOST RECENT SHOWS
May 10 - May 12 - NADA Artfair represented by Interstate Gallery
FInd me at booth 615!
March - April, 2013 - Deutsche Börse Residency at the Frankfurter Kunstverein
Working on a project concerning meteorites, minerals and real things. For this, I have been rewarded with the Deutsche Börse Residency Program and I am currently working and living at the Frankfurter Kunstverein
March 5 - 10, 2013 - SPRING/BREAK 2013
Showing a series of sculptures during New York City's curator-driven art fair SPRING/BREAK
February, 2013 - Open for Business
Duo-show together with Kate Steciw at Stadium Gallery, view some documentation here
February, 2013 - The Hole And The Lump
Solo-show at Interstate Projects in New York.
January, 2013 - Getting Wet
For the curational project http://12-52.net/
January 27th, 2013 - De Joode & Kamutzki Winter 2013 Auction .
Berlin location: Karl-Marx-Allee 78, 10243 Berlin.
New York City location: Stadium Gallery, 548 W. 28th Street, Suite 636, New York, NY.
In this edition, we will feature works by a select group of rising international art stars including Cécile B. Evans, Iris Touliatou, Jennifer Chan, Letha Wilson, Shana Moulton, Parker Ito, Jared Gradinger & Angela Schubot, Landon Metz, Tracey Moffatt…and many more!
You can view the artists and artworks online on our website:
September 28-30, 2012 - Co/Lab at Art Platform Los Angeles LA’s contemporary art fair.
I am represented by Interstate Projects from NYC. A special edition is made of , archival inkjet print, 22x31 inches
edition of 5, 2012.
August 2012 - Real Things - Explorations in Three Dimensions
Oliver Francis Gallery presents ‘Real Things’ by Rachel de Joode, a solo-exhibition which evolves around the notion of space in relation to the art-object.
The artist is interested in internet based art-documentation, and art-documentation as an artwork. In a contemporary framework, artwork that exists prior to documentation is, or may never be, the end result. The consideration of it’s image as a shared digital file or printed object puts the physical object into question as the final work. These starting points have lead her to sculpt several real, tactile objects about the concept of space, existing in real-space.
The works shown in ‘Real Things’ deal with space-in-itself, the object-ness of space, sensual space, art-documentation as the art-piece, the real vs. the unreal, facades, gravity, and time.
De Joode incarnates mental acts, figments and concepts in objects that occupy a space in the human world.
Accompanying this solo show, Hanna Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson have designed the publication ‘Real Things’. The bundle of essays dealing with space includes texts of: Graham Harman, Marisa Olson, Jennifer Chan, Johannes Thumfart.
Opening Reception: 11 August 7 - 10 PM
Exhibition Dates: 11 August - 8 September
August, 2012 - Figure Magazine Interview/Feature .
A nice article; download it here
August - September, 2012 - Wobbly Misconduct at LV3 Gallery in Chicago.
Groupshow with artsts: Amy Feldman, Allison Wade and Rachel de Joode.
Wobbly Misconduct explores themes of balance and tension and investigates the edge of stability.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
6:00pm – 10:00pm
July 2012 - Important Things
Curating (and participating in) a performance-groupshow at Interstate Projects in New York.
July 2012 - Play, Collect, Construct, Fold and Display at Liefhertje en De Grote Witte Reus in Den Haag.
Groupshow from July 12th @ LhGWR the Hague, the Netherlands curated by Sarah Carlier+Marleen Sleeuwits with artists: Ruth van Beek, Femke Dekkers, Adam Jeppesen, Anouk Kruithof, Pim Leenen, Stephan Keppel and Rachel de Joode.
June - August 2012 - Working as an artist in resident at Sculpture Space
May 2012 - Participating in the Capricious Benefit Auction at Martos Gallery, New York
June 2012 - Curated my ceiling for it's our playground's THE SUNDAY CURATOR.
May 2012 - Made a series of Modern Amulets for the publication Fuego
April 18 - April 22, 2012 - ZONA MACO México’s contemporary art fair.
I am represented by Diablo Rosso gallery from Panama. On view is the series The Residue Of Those Celestial Objects Bound To Our Sun By Gravity, 2009
April 6 - April 29, 2012 - tropico post - apocalyptic, groupshow at extra extra gallery in Philadelphia.
On view are the works Chips On Fingertips and I Am Very Small.
Check out the time-lapse video-documentation of the live installation of I Am Very Small.
April 14 - May 26, 2012 - Bad Girls of 2012, groupshow at Interstate Projects in New York, organized by Jamie Sterns.
22 March 2012 - Life Is Very Long, sculptural installation and performance at Bergen Kunsthall.
After School Special is a series of one-night event presenting emerging contemporary artists. Based in Landmark, Bergen Kunsthall, curated by the artists Marthe Elise Stramrud & Tor Erik Bøe.
Exhibited was Life Is Very Long, a sculptural installation with tennis gravel, styrofoam and 60 frozen Dr. Oetker pizzas, which slowly defrosted as the performance went on.
The sculpture Life Is Very Long was exhibited together with the performance The Imaginary Order.
The Imaginary Order is a performace piece: a woman sits, hangs and presses herself against a glass plate and licks it. Her movements are weak, extremely slow and viscous like dough.
On the glass plate is google's opening screen printed, the name of the artist is visible in the search bar.
She moves without beginning, without end. She is in a soft state, pushing her mush against the plate which becomes a wall she cannot go through.
This work explores death, life and time. The title takes its name from a poem by TS Elliot.
You can see some documentation of this evening on my tumblr.
1 April 2012 Ex-Girlfriends in the Age of Drones, a one-night (group)exhibition.
Works by: Stefka Ammon, Christine Cheung, Petra Cortright, Veronica Manchego and me!
February 29th, film Night at the Mindpirates vereinsheim: DE JOODE’S LIKES! curated by Rachel De Joode
Aan evening of 14 short artist movies, showing work of: Cecile B. Evens, Lernert & Sander, Lindsay Lawson, Maja & Dora, Manuel Solano, Mika Rottenberg, Petra Cortright, Ryan Trecartin, Shana Moulton, Will Rockel and Yoshua Okón.
7 January - 28 January 2012 - DOVBLE TROVBLE, a groupexhibition curated by It's Our Playground at The Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA) Glasgow (CCA) Glasgow.
Preview: Friday 6th January, 6-8 pm in CCA Glasgow. DOVBLE TROVBLE is an exhibition existing on two supports. A physical exhibition at CCA and a digital exhibition on itsourplayground.com
On display: The Corner Thing I as a physical sculpture and Four Clay Scrollbars And Several Rocks as a digital piece.
The two pieces presented are inspired by the philosophy of Immanuel Kant inasmuch as they deal with conditions of the possibility to percieve art in space and cyberspace.
Future Gallery, Berlin, December 2 - 17, 2011, group exhibition to coincide with the release of the publication PWR PAPER #6. A new PWR book edited and designed by Hanna Therese Nilsson and Rasmus Svensson.
I showed a work during the opening, the performance "Seeing the Future" and I contributed an extract out of the work TABVLA and the piece Slime Time to the publication.
Seeing the Future a skype-performance
The live skyping Brennan is projected on a canvas. Brennan is instructed to stand naked before the audience and to literally describe what it is he sees. Brennan is in the Future, ten hours ahead, on the other side of the globe. This performance envelops the question of the relationship between being and time, the basic issue of metaphysics.
here's a short review by Artcards