A Representation of Time Under the Fragments of Memories Facing the Sun? 01.06 - 29.06.2019, Thailand

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Rabin Huissen - 'Fragments'   Rebel Art Space Residency present "Fragments" by Rabin Huissen (Netherland conceptual Artist) on 28th June 2019 at 5 pm.
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A Representation of Time Under the Fragments of Memories Facing the Sun‎
01.06 - 29.06.2019, Thailand

Huissen's work comes from a conceptual basis, very precise in defining its own parameters and also in terms of material and composition - where each part of the work is designed and made by himself - which makes it very unique. Yet, they are also very physical and organic, they map inner feelings and reveal physical reactions through an echo of abstractions. His work is based on the idea that facts per se are not interesting, they only gain meaning when mediated by humans and with the interference of external conditions, which bring it from potency into being.

Rabin Huissen (Rotterdam, NL) is a conceptual artist based in Rotterdam.His work has been presented in galleries and museums around the world, such as: The Netherlands, France, Thailand, Myanmar, Japan, amongst others. rabinhuissen.blogspot.com

Rabin Huissen - 'Fragments'

These time-based prints are evidences of an intimate body experience, which reflect on a personal encounter based on traveling out of daily life, undressed from social roles or masks. At the same time this event was occurring, on that precise point in time, something else was happening to someone else and the work moderates and connects this simultaneity. By preserving the energy of the moment in that object, the artist's history links

to other's peoples history. In this sense, his body is used as a tool for a correspondence on a meta level, which embodies the wish for completeness and the aspiration for wholeness. He inscribes it on paper, previously prepared with photo emulsion which reacts to light. Time is the invisible agent that allows for the reaction to take place and finally the instant is registered. Natural conditions such as the sun, the wind, the temperature, sand, dust and water interfere with the process. These conserved moments are then collected and archived in boxes, as a closure of the process. However, this closure is temporary, as they

are later on brought to the white box context, claiming the museum's function of preserving but also displaying history. The boxes are exhibited in cabinets and on tables, as tridimensional timelines, varying in its dimensions, although the material is always the same, presented as a physical landscape of a memory database: a representation of time under the fragments of memories facing the sun.

Even within Huissen's two-dimensional works we have the perception of a sculptural object rather than an image, in the sense that they evoke something through its absence.

Rabin Huissen (Rotterdam, NL) is a conceptual artist based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.‎ His work has been presented in galleries and museums around the world, such as: The Netherlands, France, Thailand, Myanmar, Japan, amongst others.


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