Awoiska van der Molen

River Crete 2

1 editions
Regular price €525,00

Awoiska van der Molen's Career Highlights

  • Collected by Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Museum for Photography, Seoul.
  • Upcoming solo museum show, Huis Marseille, 2024

Awoiska van der Molen is known for her analogue black-and-white landscape photography. On solitary journeys, she returns to return to where we come from: untouched nature. Unveil presents three moving images with sound, shot by Van der Molen during her journeys: a river flowing through a Greek palm grove, waving grass right next to US Route 66 and a train passing through Northern Netherlands. Van der Molen choose to print the selected stills on a transparent carrier, which for her, echoes the elusive digital space.

Size: 28 x 22cm
Material: Inkjet printing on transparency film

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Awoiska van der Molen

For visual artist Awoiska van der Molen (1972), analogue photography is the primary medium. Her black and white photos are abstract representations of anonymized landscapes, stemming from her desire to return to where we come from: untouched nature.

Van der Molen's work is included in the collections of renowned institutions such as the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Museum for Photography in Seoul. Her first major solo exhibition was presented in 2016 at Foam in Amsterdam.

For her collaboration with Unseen, Van der Molen worked with digital images for the first time. The stills are fragments from short video recordings she made while shooting analogue projects. As part of our first chapter, STLLNSS, these images were released as a special edition. Those who acquired a print also received the moving image as an NFT (Non-Fungible Token).