A Scene #20
On Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 2:20 PM (CET) I will be standing in the aisle of a flying Boeing 767-300, between the Netherlands and Iceland.
With my eyes closed, my arms beside my body, I will for 15 minutes contemplate the enormity of the ocean below.
In memory of Antoinette Reumer.
La Biennale de Momon
July – November 2020
Cooperative project with: Sarah Boulton (GB), Marc Buchy (FR/BE), Joan Heemskerk (NL), Frans van Lent (NL), Susana Mendes Silva (PT), Josh Schwebel (DE/CA), Lisa Skuret (US/GB), Elia Torrecilla (ES).
Maumont is a small village in the Perigord in France. It consists of 15 houses, around 30 inhabitants and there is no church, shop, café or other public facility. Only a few original residents are still living in the village; most of them died over the years, others left to live elsewhere. Today many inhabitants are pensioners coming from other (Western European) countries. Twenty years ago you could still smell the farms everywhere. Herds of cows and sheep were led through the village every day. Nowadays you mainly see quads, mountain bikes and parents, leading their children on donkeys.
The village has changed from a place where everything was related to soil, work, growth and the seasons, to a place where the inhabitants mainly stroll, relax and dream. Continue reading
The Second Night of Experimental Boredom
222lodge, Singel 222, 3311 KV Dordrecht (NL)
January 17, 2020, 20:00 PM
The Second Night of Experimental Boredom is not about boring art.
It is about boredom as a subject for art, boredom as a first step in the creative process.
The Second Night of Experimental Boredom is an initiative of Unnoticed Art and 222lodge.
A Scene #19: Doubts
This is an invitation to join a scene! Be at the exact spot at the exact time and contribute to the scene with your own simultaneous activity (or inactivity).
On Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 2:20 PM (CEST) I am in the middle of a field at Ons Park, Feijenoordstraat, 3071 LN Rotterdam, (51 ° 54’53.5 “N 4 ° 29’50.4” E).
I will consider the direction where I came from and I will consider and reconsider where to go from there.
When I have made a decision, I will leave in a chosen direction.
Two sides of a door
On either side of a closed door, two people hold the handle. They do not move the handle, just hold.
After a certain time one of the two pushes down the handle and opens the door.
The second steps aside and makes way. Continue reading
on the sacred, the lost, and the forgotten relics of live art
curated by ieke Trinks
ARC Gallery, 1463 W Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60642
No problem, maybe another time.
Please, feel welcome to visit this site again!
Frans van Lent