Zhana Ivanova

Tutorgroup: Performance

Zhana Ivanova’s practice centres on rearranging and reconfiguring daily patterns and systems to which we have grown accustomed. She often uses performance in order to artificially induce situations in which social and power relations fluctuate. Her constructions are initially formal and rule-governed; yet within them she insistently exposes the ambiguity of her own rules.
Website Zhana Ivanova
Tutor Context & Installation BEAR

Edwin Zwakman

Tutorgroup: Context & Installation

Edwin Zwakman's work focuses on our relation with reality. He explores the connection between reality and photography, creates artistic interventions in public spaces, or develops semi-architectonic structures. His works are shown all over the world.
Website Edwin Zwakman

Vincent Vulsma

Tutorgroup: Meaning at the Margins

Vincent Vulsma researches processes of cultural, political and economical appropriation. He shows that processes of artistic production are closely connected with modern ways of trade and labor. By manipulating objects Vulsma highlights the idea of its 'artwork-being', by doing so he changes the status and value of objects.
Website Vincent Vulsma

Hester Oerlemans

Tutorgroup: Art & Process

Hester Oerlemans' work mostly consists of statues and images in the public sphere, installations and drawings. She constantly searches and researches new forms and new places. She appropriates a place by adding something to it, in order to give it back. At first sight her work does not look like art at all. The goal is to change consisting situations and let viewers look multiple times.
Website Hester Oerlemans

Gijs Assmann

Tutorgroup: Materiality & Humanity

Gijs Assmann works as a painter, draftsman and sculptor. His work raises various questions and he plays with expactations of his viewers by using unexpected forms and materials. He combines morbidity with cartoonesque humor, and by doing so he creates different layers of significance.
Website Gijs Assmann

James Beckett

Tutorgroup: Critical Practice

As a tutor, to be able to listen well is to be able to grow together – mutually changing shape as the world does, remaining open to shifts in method and generation. In this exchange I believe in a high diversity of approach, meaning each subject should facilitate and inform new techniques and sensibilities, hopefully leading to a fulfilling realisation of work and self.
Website James Beckett

Korrie Besems

Tutorgroup: Facts & Fiction

Korrie Besems focusses in her photographic projects on the continuing transformation process of Dutch landscapes. She studies the expiry date of designed landscapes. Her work is almost a direct representation, she shows its surrounding. By a seemingly objective gaze she moves between ethos and critical analysing.
Website Korrie Besems