This will be the last entry on this blog.
Dymph has returned to the US, and I am traveling as well.
As I still have not figured out how to write the code so that you can click the image to enlarge it, these pictures are the best I can do.
Thank you for reading this blog.
Following are a selection of the images from the exhibition:
view of the "gallery" and a poem by Frank Eerhart, shared by my neighbor, written on a print by Dymph, freely translated
it was big, it was rock,
from up high it looked proudly into the valley
but it broke, it fell,
and a stream took it to the ocean
it was made round, by the sand
became a boulder, on the beach, by the ocean
wall piece "profiel" - in progress, cardboard, book pages, clay, paint, glue, plants [ray]
"poem - kei"
detail "profiel" - in progress
"sketches", ink, paper [ray]
"boulders", cardboard, clay, paint[ray]
"lezenaar", found cart, found and donated objects, cardboard, canvas, clay objects [ray]
"VERY abridged ATLAS of the Wageningse Berg" [ray]
"Wageningse Berg", pu-foam, charcoal [ray]
"kei worden", video of performing "becoming boulder" [ray]
Dymph did not name her works. She used found objects and materials, glue, sand, paint, fabric, paper [Dymph]
The 2 -D works are on paer with inks by Dymph and india ink
work by Dymph
Some pages from my ATLAS
"After having lived as a migrating boulder for many years, I've settled, for now, on the Wageningse Berg.
In this VERY abridged ATLAS I present some of the places on the Berg that have my interest.
"hollow roads" often occur on the edges of push-moraine. The Wageningen hollow road was part of a pre-historic route. Length: 200 meters, average gradient: 9.1%, steepest gradient 11.4%, difference in altitude: 20 meters.
On the Berg are 11 visible burial mounds, the oldest dating from 2.500 BC. Burial gifts show that these people traded with others in an area as large as present-day Europe.
There are two more burial places: the Jewish burial grounds, established in 1668, closed in 1929, restaured and designated a monument in 1987.
The grave of the family Constant de Rebecque, established in 1894 when the founder of the country estate "Belmonte" had died.