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Polly's Playground
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Polly’s Playground

€30,00 €25,00

Artists: Polly’s Picture Show, Maurits Koster, François Dey, Sarai de Haan, Silvia Ulloa Marquez, Adriana Bogdanova, Sonia de Jager, Céline Manz, Noël Loozen, Sara-Lena Maierhofer, Paula Winkler, Steven Bos & Susan Lanting, Linda Beumer, Mylou Oord, Simon Wald-Lasowski, Arnar Ásgeirsson, Otto-Kaan, Abel Minnee
Graphic design: Till Kramer/Van Lennep
Edition: 150
Year: 2017
ISBN: 978-90-79479-07-8

In the fall of 2016 artist collective Polly’s Picture Show created a playground at Hotel Maria Kapel (HMK) and invited 19 artists to play with them. The results of this period were reworked by the collective into a large kinetic installation that activated the different artworks, and sketches and proposals for artworks, as characters on a stage. The book Polly’s Playground documents the process, struggle, and inventiveness of the participants. It has no other goal than to incite enjoyment at the sight of genuine play, and perhaps make the reader/viewer reflect on what it means to them today.

 

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Artists: Polly’s Picture Show, Maurits Koster, François Dey, Sarai de Haan, Silvia Ulloa Marquez, Adriana Bogdanova, Sonia de Jager, Céline Manz, Noël Loozen, Sara-Lena Maierhofer, Paula Winkler, Steven Bos & Susan Lanting, Linda Beumer, Mylou Oord, Simon Wald-Lasowski, Arnar Ásgeirsson, Otto-Kaan, Abel Minnee
Graphic design: Till Kramer/Van Lennep
Edition: 150
Year: 2017
ISBN: 978-90-79479-07-8

In the fall of 2016 artist collective Polly’s Picture Show created a playground at Hotel Maria Kapel (HMK) and invited 19 artists to play with them. The results of this period were reworked by the collective into a large kinetic installation that activated the different artworks, and sketches and proposals for artworks, as characters on a stage. The book Polly’s Playground documents the process, struggle, and inventiveness of the participants. It has no other goal than to incite enjoyment at the sight of genuine play, and perhaps make the reader/viewer reflect on what it means to them today.