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'75 years of freedom in art '- City Museum Doetinchem

22 September 2020 to 28 March 2021

The importance of freedom in art is from great significance after the Second World War. Artists demanding their freedom and wanted change.
This exhibition, which is a collaboration between eight Dutch and eight German cities, is divided into four time zones. Starting with art just before the Second World War till the present. Where freedom is not self-evident. Or it has major consequences for climate change, and our quality of life. Pauline tells in her art about the increasing speed in our daily lives.
This exhibition tells the story of why art was created. And what functions has art had in all those periods? Read more

New book released called 'Am I visible?'

This booklet is about Pauline her project HAND@WORK. 'Here, as an artist, I investigate the value of an object made with our hands versus a machine-made object'.
Caroline van Dockum is the main author of this book. And many other hands have also contributed to this book.
This beautiful designed publication (by Frenz) has a limited edition, namely 125 pieces. All books are signed. The price is € 19.95 each (excluding shipping costs).
You can order by email info[EMAIL BESCHERMD />]@[EMAIL BESCHERMD />]paulinenijenhuis.com

Photocredit: Xera Alberts

TextielArtist.org - Pauline Nijenhuis: From conception to creation

24th Februari 2020 an interview was placed about Pauline her most recent project HAND@WORK in the populair international blog TextileArtist.org. Pauline told about her process from conecpt to creation. Read more.

The price of increasing speed

Increasing speed in today’s Western society has a big influence on our lives, and the way how our surroundings and the landscape look like. Through automation processes, use of robots and the world of multimedia. What impact has increasing speed on our observation. Can our brains perceive the growing amount of fast pictures. And what are the consequences? Do we make the right decisions in our hurried lives?

As an artist, Pauline wants to investigate ‘The price of increasing speed’. She creates images where speed is shown. From a moving car she photographs the highway landscape and city architecture.  The result will be different depending on the speed of the car and the specific light on that moment.

The faster the car drives, the more abstract the images get. The distortions in the picture give a different, new truth.

'That other reality which becomes visible by speed.'

In addition to textile paintings, Pauline also focuses on photography. Get acquainted with her new photo works printed on dibond with a top layer of acrylic.

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