Sculpture and installation

 

Other works

 

Hond (Dog), 2007

Hond (Dog), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 31,4 cm (28 x 36 cm)

Other works

 

Dream machine's elephant, 2007

Dream machine’s elephant, 2007
200 x 258 cm
acrylic paint, inkjet print on canvas

Note / In late 2006 Van Warmerdam had stills of her film Dream machine printed onto canvas after seeing wispy animals and people appear in the glass every time it was screened. She saw a dog, seahorses, a bison, a bird, an elephant, a dragon and an aeroplane. She worked out how the outline of the dog could best be applied to the film still and employed this technique in all her Dream machine canvases.

Other works

 

Een feit - 3 (A fact - 3), 2007

Een feit – 3 (A fact – 3), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Other works

 

Een feit - 2 (A fact - 2), 2007

Een feit – 2 (A fact – 2), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Other works

 

Dream machine's plane, 2007

Dream machine’s plane, 2007
200 x 258 cm
acrylic paint, inkjet print on canvas

Note / In late 2006 Van Warmerdam had stills of her film Dream machine printed onto canvas after seeing wispy animals and people appear in the glass every time it was screened. She saw a dog, seahorses, a bison, a bird, an elephant, a dragon and an aeroplane. She worked out how the outline of the dog could best be applied to the film still and employed this technique in all her Dream machine canvases.

Other works

 

De klap (The blow), 2007

De klap (The blow), 2007
acrylic paint, colour inkjet on paper, dibond
110 x 147 cm
edition 5

Note / With a single splash of paint the artist makes it clear where she believes the blow came from. The composition of the photo is such that it refers to well-known paintings by Caspar David Friedrich and Gerhard Richter and at the same time lacks an obvious horizon – and thus a perspective.

Other works

 

Dream machine's sea-horses, 2007

Dream machine’s sea-horses, 2007
200 x 258 cm
acrylic paint, inkjet print on canvas

Note / In late 2006 Van Warmerdam had stills of her film Dream machine printed onto canvas after seeing wispy animals and people appear in the glass every time it was screened. She saw a dog, seahorses, a bison, a bird, an elephant, a dragon and an aeroplane. She worked out how the outline of the dog could best be applied to the film still and employed this technique in all her Dream machine canvases.

Other works

 

Dream machine's bison, 2007

Dream machine’s bison, 2007
200 x 258 cm
acrylic paint, inkjet print on canvas

Note / In late 2006 Van Warmerdam had stills of her film Dream machine printed onto canvas after seeing wispy animals and people appear in the glass every time it was screened. She saw a dog, seahorses, a bison, a bird, an elephant, a dragon and an aeroplane. She worked out how the outline of the dog could best be applied to the film still and employed this technique in all her Dream machine canvases.

Other works

 

Dream machine's bird, 2007

Dream machine’s bird, 2007
200 x 258 cm
acrylic paint, inkjet print on canvas

Note / In late 2006 Van Warmerdam had stills of her film Dream machine printed onto canvas after seeing wispy animals and people appear in the glass every time it was screened. She saw a dog, seahorses, a bison, a bird, an elephant, a dragon and an aeroplane. She worked out how the outline of the dog could best be applied to the film still and employed this technique in all her Dream machine canvases.

Other works

 

Een feit - 1 (A fact - 1), 2007

Een feit – 1 (A fact – 1), 2007
watercolour, pencil on paper
24 x 32 cm

Note / In an endeavour to order a number of issues in her thinking, Van Warmerdam made a series of watercolours on the subject of facts.

Other works

 

Stand-in, 2007


Stand-in, 2007

colour photograph, perspex, aluminium
120 x 178 cm
edition 5 + 1 AP

Stand-in, 2007
study – colour photograph, perspex, aluminium
20,6 x 31 cm

Note / Van Warmerdam’s separation came like a bolt from the blue, and the work Forever from 2000 suddenly acquired an opposite meaning: ‘Not forever’. Here, the artist stands holding the work on the same spot where the photo was originally taken, undecided whether to push the work into the trees or throw it into the ditch.

Other works

 

Dream machine's dog, 2007

Dream machine’s dog, 2007
acrylic paint, inkjet print on canvas
200 x 258 cm
unique series of 3

Dream machine’s dog, 2007
study – acrylic paint, pencil, inkjet print on canvas
2 parts, 41 x 58 cm each

Note / In late 2006 Van Warmerdam had stills of her film Dream machine printed onto canvas after seeing wispy animals and people appear in the glass every time it was screened. She saw a dog, seahorses, a bison, a bird, an elephant, a dragon and an aeroplane. She worked out how the outline of the dog could best be applied to the film still and employed this technique in all her Dream machine canvases.

Hidden works

 

Die Hochzeitreise (The honeymoon), 2007

Die Hochzeitreise (The honeymoon), 2007
watercolour on page, hand stamped pages in ready-made book
19,5 x 1,5 cm

Exhibition views

 

Sway, 2007

Wave and the Fog of War
Le Case D’Arte, Milano, Germany, 2007
Group exhibition