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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Review in Kindamuzik

Written on July 15, 2014 at 9:51, by

Various Artists – Souvenirs van de Woeste Grond Review in Kindamuzik: “Een mooi, handgemaakt product…” In de leader van Tussen Kunst en Kitsch spreekt een expert deze woorden over een artefact dat hem wordt gepresenteerd. Het zou over Souvenirs van de Woeste Grond kunnen gaan. Voor het gelijknamige kunstproject werden verhalen over het Overijsselse landschap  Continue Reading »

Review in Ambientblog

Written on July 9, 2014 at 21:36, by

Various Artists – Souvenirs van de Woeste Grond Review in Ambientblog: “Souvenirs van de Woeste Grond ” (roughly translates as “Souvenirs from the Wasteland”) is a part of a landscape-inspired art project inspired by the Dutch province “Overijssel”. “In this project two artists (Heidi Linck and Hans Jungerius) collected stories about the countryside landscape in  Continue Reading »

Review in Cyclic Defrost

Written on July 7, 2014 at 9:57, by

Virtual Proximity – Observations EP Review in Cyclic Defrost: Comprised of musicians James Annesley and Tristan Courtney alongside visual artist Robert Jarvis, Melbourne-based musical-visual outfit Virtual Proximity perform entirely improvised live shows, with live horn and woodwind instrumentation being processed and combined alongside loops, found sounds and drum programming to conjure an eerie sense of  Continue Reading »

Review in Caleidoscoop

Written on July 4, 2014 at 8:42, by

Various Artists – Souvenirs van de Woeste Grond Review in Caleidoscoop/Subjectivisten: Souvenirs Van De Woeste Grond is een project dat ge├»nitieerd is door Landschap Overijssel en Kunstenlab. De twee kunstenaars Heidi Linck en Hans Jungerius zijn op pad gegaan om verhalen te verzamelen die er over het landschap en de omgeving zijn, voordat deze in  Continue Reading »

Review in Vital Weekly

Written on July 1, 2014 at 7:51, by

Various Artists – Souvenirs van de Woeste Grond Review in Vital Weekly: In a very nice hand crafted and printed digipak we find this project curated by Harco Rutgers, the man behind Esc.rec. It all has to do with countryside he lives in, the surroundings of Deventer – go get a map – and that  Continue Reading »