A Dutch Landscape

A Dutch Landscape was a group exhibition at La Casa Encendida in Madrid in 2012. It brought back together two generations of ‘conceptual’ artists working in the Netherlands, and was curated by Javier Hontoria.

I contributed a bottle of ocean water to the exhibition, a crumpled paper map of the world, a xerox copy of a library card taken from a book on On Kawara, a newspaper and some round memories and a set of uncut keys.

Artists participating in the show were, among others Bas Jan Ader, Marinus Boezem, Stanley Brouwn, Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Gwenneth Boelens, Navid Nuur en Marijn van Kreij. The exhibition was accompanied by a publication that was published by Roma Publications.