Family Shield Project
On the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the Peace of Münster, a Euregional project was organized under the auspices of the Postwegen Foundation. Along the old postal route from the castle in Amt Delden (NL) to the Peace Hall in Munster (D), 350 shields of 50 Dutch and German artists were exhibited.
Below an image from the catalog 'Schilden Project 1998' of my contribution that was shown in Münster.
Schilden Project '98
Devil's Picture Book
with 4 artists (STIC), playcards, installation
National Museum of Playing Cards, Turnhout (Belgium) '97
You play a card game and suddenly you notice that especially the ladies in the game are depicted with different attributes. A mirror, fan or bird. The project started together with Claudia Heinermann ♥️ Jenny de Groot ♠️ and Jos Eeftinck Schattenkerk ♦️ Playing cards were designed, each of us realized an installation and a 'Queen's Room' was set up; a playroom where the dignity of the four majesties was hard to find.
Concept Anir Witt ♣️
'BAM' - bike shed
The Bamshoeve, Enschede, The Netherlands
Gallery by the Books
Ulft, The Netherlands '96
I am the way
'Tolerance' - art exhibition 50 years U.N.
Twente University, Enschede, The Netherlands '95
Situation: The farthest corner where two beat right angles to placed windows offer a view of the forest. Outside is the water trickling down through the pipettes.
“Since wars begin in the minds left side window
of men, it is in the minds of men
that the defenses of peace must
be constructed.” U.N.
"than only I will not scorch, window right site
poison and flood.
remember it's me who feeds you;
you are merely a passer-by in my whole." Gaia
'Pro Memorie' is literally and figuratively based on a lost painting by Piet Mondrian. The surface in the canvas, which was converted into a very large carpet, had the size of a grave > Piet Mondrian hated green > PM
Cityhall, Hengelo, The Netherlands '94
project initiative by Pier van Dijk
The Possibly Unnaturalistic Green
'A Piece From Your Country'
Mailart Project / Installatie
In 1989 I sent the invitation to participate in the project 'A Piece From Your Country' to 250 mail art artists; each letter was accompanied by a piece from my country.
After two years, the entire project is exhibited in the old mill managed by Foundation AG de Molen.
Hengelo, The Netherlands '92 Photos by John Brunink
Text by invitation to the mail art artists:
This is a piece from my country, I took it from a place neareby my house. Please send me
'a piece from your country'.
It may be any natural piece but give it a place in your art.
Deadline: May 11th 1990;
size free; no return.
The kind and quantityof the pieces sent:
peat 10 / birchbark 14 / snailshell 6 / pampas grass 22 / chive pieces 11 / fungus 5 / mint leaves 7 / fir-twig 8 / garanium 11 / alga 16 grass 13 / moss 8 / pearblossom 15 / foxglove 6 soil 9 / bird's dirt 9 / sawdust 5 / chinese
lantern 3 / honesty flower 2 / ivy 7 / fern 12 dandelionfluff 12 / sweetpea 10 / fieldmouse's dinner remains 3 / oakblossom 18 / reed 17
ice from the pond 7 / pigeondown 5 / holly 4 oak leave 6