Sculpture and installation

 

Untitled, 1993

Untitled, 1993
computerised doll, fabric, plastic, adapter, charge cable
187 x Ø 95 cm

Note / In 1993 Curator Moritz Küng in collaboration with colleague friends Armand Mevis, Linda van Deursen and Van Warmerdam staged the exhibition ‘Uitnodiging!’ in AP, a project space of Galerie van Gelder. Van Warmerdam’s contribution was a computer-controlled doll, the idea being that it was the exhibition’s first visitor.

Sculpture and installation

 

Untitled, 1992

Untitled, 1992
large – mirrored glass, ceiling cramp
approx. 40 x 30 x 12 cm
series of different pieces

Untitled, 1992
small – mirrored glass, ceiling cramp
approx. Ø10 cm
series of different pieces

Note / After the commission for the Spiegelzaal in Amsterdam, large and small mirrored-glass bubbles were shown as individual mirrors in various exhibitions.

Sculpture and installation

 

Sculpture and installation

 

Hidden works

 

Untitled, 1998

Untitled, 1998
offset on paper
21 x 29,7 cm
edition 1.500
publisher: Museum Ludwig Köln

Note / Van Warmerdam made a response to her own work for a publication by the Museum Ludwig in Cologne. Next to a picture of Skytypers she drew a blue line, next to Heen en weer (Back and forth) she covered the page with red stripes and next to Pool she tallied four green stripes like a pool score.

Exhibition views

 

Dichtbij in de verte
Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2011
Solo exhibition

Exhibition views

 

Who’s got the ball
Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden, 1998
Solo exhibition

Exhibition views

 

All Mere
Aleph, Almere, The Netherlands, 1991
Solo exhibition

Hidden works

 

Untitled, 1993

Untitled, 1993
in collaboration with Moritz Küng, Mevis & van Deursen
embroidered handkerchief, plastic, printed matter
edition 26 + 2 AP
publisher: Associated Publishers, Amsterdam

Note / Moritz Küng, Mevis & Van Deursen and Van Warmerdam made a handkerchief as a multiple for the exhibition ‘Uitnodiging!’. This was in response to a poster of a weeping girl’s face designed by Mevis & Van Deursen, which was plastered on the rear wall of the gallery. The edition number was individually embroidered onto each handkerchief