Art Rotterdam with Hopstreet Gallery, duo presentation with Sara Bjarland and Bas van den Hurk
A group show about sticks and stones, with work by Ruth van Beek, Boris de Beijer, Sara Bjarland, Gerbrand Burger, Conny Kuilboer, Ilona Plaum, Mathias Prenen, Pieter van der Schaaf, Kato Six and Mari Stoel. Curated by Sugar Pop Institute.
Part of Haarlemse Lente, a weekend long celebration of the contemporary art scene in Haarlem, across different institutions and artist initiatives.
Opening: 23 March at 17.00-21.30
Address: Damstraat 27, Haarlem
For her second solo exhibition at Hopstreet Gallery, Brussels, Sara Bjarland is showing new work consisting of photographs and sculptures. An exhibition text was written by Nina Folkersma. Read it here. Photos © hv-studio.
21.10 – 6.11.2016
Rumination Tale is an exhibition by Sara Bjarland and Charlott Markus at the Plan B/Mertens Project space in Amsterdam.
Vectors of Kinship is an infra [philo] curatorial weave of lives and occurrences of relatedness that sustain our creative co-habitation with each other. Mathematician, philosopher A.N. Whitehead conceives of reality as nothing but a constant re-ordering and perceiving of connections and relations.
During six weeks in July and August, I was a resident artist at Temple Bar Gallery + Studios in Dublin. I worked on an installation consisting of plaster sculptures, found objects and photographs.