Copyright - Madelief van de Beek
Video art that was displayed during the Lock-down in The Netherlands. These videos are shown at the flower shop: Miss Bloem in Haarlem.
"Cut flowers were considered to be the emblem of vitality and the sign for the fleetingness of time" (Eichhammer, Barbara).
The work 'Bouquet' is ins...
Self-quarantined work never been this lonely
Performance experiment around the sculpture: Het Peperkoekhuis
This gingerbread house is a downscaled version of the Willem de Kooning Academy and approaches the role of "a feminine style" in contemporary art. Or ...
Exposition Arthallen 2019, Foodhallen Rotterdam. Organized by NOW.
'And I?' is a product of my time in London. The work is a video on a loop with its character trapped in a spiral.
If Hitler's mother would have used a condom, wouldn't life be better now? A highly inappropriate ad to promote the use of condoms.
The work is based on the painting:' The anatomical lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp ', made by Rembrandt in 1632.
Elevate me, baby, I can’t escape these walls. Innovate me, baby, I live just to get old. Generate me, baby, I can do no more.
Live Performance of ‘You Weight me Down’
‘Perpendicular’ is a live performance that has been made by students from the Willem de Kooning Academy and Codarts during the span of two weeks. This...
North Sea Jazz postercompetitie 2018
Expand on mondeling was part of an elective of The Willem de Kooning Academy.
'Those Girls play like Men' is the title of this series of three posters. On each poster there is a picture of a female ghostwriter in the jazz world....
FOUR MILES is a reenactment of the last moments Hannie Schaft lived right before her execution in the dunes of Bloemendaal. This is a collaboration w...
"We were a save club midst of an evil and sinful world. It was us against 'the others'. Now I am the other" - Hanna
The conceptual work: ‘The North Korean office of Tourism’ is a cultural, political approach to start the conversation about deceit and power structure...
"A ghost of the man he was" is a portrait of my grandfather and his fight with Parkinson's disease.