Other works

 

In de verte, 2011

In de verte, 2011
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
18,7 x 25 cm / 3,2 x 26 x 3,2 cm
edition 40

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Doppelt (Double), 2009

Doppelt (Double), 2009
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
27 x 40 cm
edition 220, AP  I-XIII
Jahresgabe: Issued by Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe

Note / Two daffodils are pictured on the front of this reversible work; the back of the photo panel shows the daffodils from the rear. MvW: ‘The picture on the front of this work reminds me of packaging for bulbs. And I made the back to go with it.’

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Sloot (Ditch), 2008

Sloot (Ditch), 2008
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
27 x 40 cm
edition 10

Note / The artist wanted to make a work with a typical Dutch landscape. This reversible photo work with a field and a ditch was the result. The same landscape is depicted on the back, where a splash of water obscures one’s view of the sheep.

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Upside down, 2008

Upside down, 2008
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
27 x 40 cm
edition 10

<strong>Upside down, 2008</strong>
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
27 x 40 cm
edition 10

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Take a break II, 2006

Take a break II, 2006
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
20 x 25 cm / 4 x 26 x 3,5 cm
edition 100

Note / As a follow-up to the reversible work Take a break (2004), Van Warmerdam devised a variation with vapour rising from the cup, instead of spots floating above it.

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Caught, 2006

Caught, 2006
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
30 x 40 cm
edition 10

Note / This is a reversible piece, one side of which shows the artist holding a mirror in which she catches part of the road. On the other side of this photo panel she captures a sheep. MvW: ‘The sheep is standing in an enclosed meadow and is also captured.’

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Take a break, 2004

Take a break, 2004
photographs on dibond, wooden shelf
20 x 25 cm / 4 x 26 x 3,5 cm
edition 100

Note / A picture of a cup and saucer appears on the front and back of an aluminium plate. On one side the two red dots have become detached and float above the cup. MvW: ‘When I saw this remarkable cup and saucer I thought: take a break, have a cup of coffee. Then the abstract red spots can induce a daydream of a longer break. A simple cup transports you to a world of longing and to an oasis. Or a mirage.’