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Wineke Gartz

°1968, Eindhoven (NL) – lives and works in Amsterdam (NL)

Wineke Gartz is an installation artist who is fascinated by the constantly shifting meaning of the photographed, projected and copied image – especially, how the image is received, remembered or forgotten – and its relation to the body and mind within time and (architectural) space. Her subjects relate to psychology, beauty, death, illusions, perception, art, mass media, and nature versus urban life.

Gartz works in situ to compose her installations. Depending on the project and the space, she uses mirrors, glass, as well as designing special screens, minimal objects or structures in the architecture, which are used to display and project images onto.

(courtesy of the artist)

Recent solo and group exhibitions include Karma International, Zürich; Onomatopee, Eindhoven; Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Nest, The Hague; 303 Gallery, New York; Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven; The Drawing Center, New York. Her work is included in various private and public collections include Swiss Re; and Tate, London.

You can discover more of Wineke Gartz‘s work on her own website