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Cluster Bubble: Spatial Thoughts at Omstand
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In this third episode we and Tijs van Bakel do an interview with Chantal van Lieshout about how she takes her artistic practice seriously! 
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This edition of Cluster Bubble explores spatial media such as sculptures and installations. They all reflect somehow on public space and how people move within it.
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Takeover: #213 Nancy de Graaf

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#213 (26/09 - 30/09, 2022) written by Robin Speijer, interview by Joris Broekhoven

Floating chairs, seaweed-esque shapes, or the silhouette of a pigeon. In the paintings of Nancy de Graaf many different things seem to appear (and disappear). Nancy graduated in 2016 from the AKI’s Fine Art - Painting department. From the moment she started creating work people were always present within them. However, in the last 2 or 3 years that has gradually changed. Slowly the human figure started being torn apart. Then vacant spaces where people had left objects behind started to appear, which is now starting to transform into empty spaces filled with abstraction.

Takeover #212 Melle Nieling

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#212 (19/09 - 23/09, 2022) written by Linda Köke

Melle Nieling was born in their place of birth at a very young age. In their work, Melle explores the relations between binaries: good and bad, virtuality versus reality, and what is real and artificial. What makes something ‘real’, and how do the things that we encounter every day shape our perception of reality?   

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