solo 33

WinekeGartz

Wineke Gartz (born 1968, Eindhoven, the Netherlands) involves every element of the spaces where she builds her installations, including their measurments and proportion, natural light, and the history of a building. Together with the drawings, video projections, rhythms, geometric shapes, objects, and soundtrack she adds, everything is unified into an energetic whole. Step into her installations, and you’ll be set in motion. Everything in the room is set up to evoke an intense sense of perception and state of meditation in viewers.

Any part of life can be incorporated into a piece, such as everyday wonders, the violence of warfare, the beauty of the Earth, and Gartz’ personal life experiences.

In Club Solo’s ground floor exhibition space, Gartz will be showing The Way Home (2008), a video installation she made for a former nuclear bunker (Safe, Dalfsen), which is being reactivated.

A new, site-specific installation will be exhibited in the first floor exhibition space: a rhythmic spatial collage that includes abstract fragments from her adolescence. A spiritual work about herself, about action, stillness and movement.


11 Sep – 23 Oct 2022 (during BredaPhoto)
Tue to Sun 11.00 – 17.00
opening 11 Sep 15.00

collection contribution LIMA

In Club Solo's smaller first floor exhibition space, platform for digital art LIMA reacts to Wineke Gartz' solo with the work Joan (2009) by Nina Yuen (Hawaii, 1981). In this video work, Yuen makes associative links between the life story of Jeanne d'Arc and the way moths voluntarily fly towards their death against light bulbs. In a fictional conversation with a moth, Yuen wonders why they do this.

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Wineke Gartz (born 1968, Eindhoven, the Netherlands) involves every element of the spaces where she builds her installations, including their measurments and proportion, natural light, and the history of a building. Together with the drawings, video projections, rhythms, geometric shapes, objects, and soundtrack she adds, everything is unified into an energetic whole. Step into her installations, and you’ll be set in motion. Everything in the room is set up to evoke an intense sense of perception and state of meditation in viewers.

Any part of life can be incorporated into a piece, such as everyday wonders, the violence of warfare, the beauty of the Earth, and Gartz’ personal life experiences.

In Club Solo’s ground floor exhibition space, Gartz will be showing The Way Home (2008), a video installation she made for a former nuclear bunker (Safe, Dalfsen), which is being reactivated.

A new, site-specific installation will be exhibited in the first floor exhibition space: a rhythmic spatial collage that includes abstract fragments from her adolescence. A spiritual work about herself, about action, stillness and movement.


11 Sep – 23 Oct 2022 (during BredaPhoto)
Tue to Sun 11.00 – 17.00
opening 11 Sep 15.00