Pauline invited by the Hanshan Art Museum and the cultural heritage in Suzhou City of China

She has visited Suzhou and researched the rich culture of Suzhou's embroidery heritage. And also she told about her textile paintings and the story behind her work. Gave a five-day workshop to art students and professional embroidery women. 11 of her textile paintings are to be seen in the exhibition Horizontal Crossings at the Hanshan Art Museum. A report of this great adventure will follow in 2 weeks. Now already a few photos  of the various presentations and talks.

Embroidery Magazine has published an interview with Pauline by curator Jane Audas.

"Jane Audas was very curious and asked a lot. I am also very proud that my work is on the cover of this issue! ".  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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