Tamara Jacquin

Dreaming the woods I

The project “Deaming the forest” talks about the ephemeral experience of standing in front of a tree; the incorporeal experience of remember the nature. The work reflects on the relationship between human beings and nature. It is a work about memory. I seek to reconnect with nature through memory. Remembering the experience of facing the wind, the leaves, the grass… The work is not explicit, everyone will read in it their own memory. Bringing the nature as a memory into the city is the only way to make it present.

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Dimensions : 240 cm x 240 cm x 115 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 4 kg
Year : 2019
Material : Wood, Textile, Installation
Technique : Print
Style : contemporary, geometric

Tamara Jacquin

My artistic research focuses on the body, landscape and cultural traditions. In part of my projects I speak from the body. Of what happens inside and also of what happens outside. I understand the body as perception, memory, movement and presence. It is the space where things happen and a place of resistance. Inspired by my biography I create performative images that explore notions of identity, belonging and normative social influences. These images seek to intimately engage with the audience. Another part of my projects studies how the body builds the landscape from memory. I use the remembered landscape to (re)connect with Nature. The memory does not only come from my memory but from past generations that inhabit me. In the same way I think that the viewer completes the work with his or her own memories. By creating places where the public is confronted with the landscape I seek to evoke the memory of sublime experiences such as feeling the wind, the trees, the leaves, the meadow, the mountains, the water or the stone. In my latest projects I examine cultural traces of the past infiltrated into our contemporary society and how these have been resignified over time and history. Generally in my production I adopt different languages to build a subtle and poetic approach that is reflected in materiality. I explore the language of sculpture and installation through photography, textiles, video, performance and poetry. I subvert disciplines by decontextualizing traditional supports in order to apply them to the construction of objects and structures, re-evaluating the bidemensionality of some media. In my work I am not interested in showing a hyper-reality that can be understood from the rational, instead I am interested in inciting dreams that evoke realities.

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Schmelzkelche
10 Schalen aus Eis im Wald bei Jukkasjärvi, Schweden
Ilka Raupach, Natural materials
Raum/Zeit
Freistehendes Relief, Eiche, patiniert, H 45 x 48 cm
Alexander Heil, Wood
The big tread or The Evolution of the Diva
Portrait of hut designer Fiona Bennett The melodramatic and baroque swirl crowns fashion designer Fiona Bennett, indulging in overflowing and sophisticated hat finery. It is a hybrid staging. The wonderful purity of the bleached ostrich feathers meets the ostrich foot as an unembellished reminder of repressed phases of evolution.
Margarete Adler, Plastics
SPINARIO
Polyester, Glasfaser, Autolack, Holz Acrylfarbe, Lack
FOS, Plastics, Wood
An altar for an ordinary animal
Beeldenroute Landart Diessen An altar for an ordinary animal An altar for an ordinary animal manages to establish a connection between the church village of Diessen and the area where Landart Diessen takes place. In addition, visual artist Aurelia van der Burght brings an ode to the hare with this sculpture. This creature is equipped with special qualities. Fast, smart, alert, funny, symbolizes fertility, cyclic rebirth and magical power. There is, however, a duplicity in what is observed. The holy water containers change effortlessly into dipping sauces. The hare has been placed in the corner by many, we would like to eat in pieces during a festive meal. Aurelia van der Burght, Diessen 2008
Aurelia van der Burght, Wood, Ceramics
Produkt #011, TRASA
Polyurethan – gefärbt, GFK, Autolack
FOS, Plastics, Synthetic resin
"Geometrie und Zahlen" 21 von 37
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Go37Pe, Stone
cup_06
kleines Trinkgefäss ... Abformung eines Espresso-Bechers in Porzellan mit verschiedenfarbigen Glasuren.
Bergit Hillner, Ceramics, Glass
"Geometrie und Zahlen" 22 von 37
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Go37Pe, Stone
Havanna Smoke
Aluminiumdraht, Epoxidknete, Farbe, Drehmotor
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Am Abgrund
Die Skulptur / Gipsvormodell / Kubismus
Andreas Rimpel, Concrete, Plaster
"Geometrie und Zahlen" 23 von 37
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fallen cloud
Aluminiumdraht, Epoxidknete, Stahlplatte, Farbe
FOS, Synthetic resin, Plastics
"Geometrie und Zahlen" 24 von 37
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The Coronation
Bronze on granite base Edition of 6
Alexandra Slava, Bronze, Metal
Tragische Säule
Kunstsammlung Nyffenegger, Arbon (Switzerland) Site: former industrial hall, next to other, similar looking pillars Material: foamrubber, plaster, wood, steelrope, paint
Cornelia Konrads, Installation
Modules
the cuboid-like shape is a modified Platonic volume. It becomes a module in an architectural structure or a setting that can be hidden or visible. Inspired by the traces of old buildings one might find in an ancient place, the installation calls to mind how these crumbling individual components now only serve as silent witnesses. However, at one time may have been the key element of a wall, or ceiling, etc. Regardless of their prior functionality, the aesthetic potential overrides the previous story
Toma Gabor, Metal, Plastics
"Geometrie und Zahlen" 25 von 37
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ohne Weiteres
Cannstatter Travertin, leicht schwebend
Monika Majer, Stone, Stone
Shahrázáds fortellinger V
Installation at Oslo Kunstforening Acrylic colour, aluminium and 3D print on wall
Susanne Kathlen Mader, Installation, Metal
Alter Ego
Figurengruppe mit Paddel im Boot | Bronze
Claudia Katrin Leyh, Bronze, Metal
Baumfrau (Nr. 124)
Stein (Serpentin-Raindrop), Eisenhalter
Silvia Withöft-Foremny, Stone
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Bergit Hillner, Ceramics
"Geometrie und Zahlen" 27 von 37
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Go37Pe, Stone
FF 14
H 70 x B 64 x T 6 cm HDF, Kunststoff, Lack, Acrylfarbe Edition, 20 Stk Wie drei Speichen eines Rades oder Strahlen eines Sternes streben die drei Grundfarben Blau, Gelb und Rot auf die runde Hintergrundscheibe zu einem gemeinsamen Tanz. Außerhalb der Scheibe noch jede für sich, mischen sie sich zu einem sich scheinbar rotierenden Farbkreis. Das Objekt kann mit einem Nagel aufgehängt werden. Alle notwendigen Utensilien sowie Montageanleitungen sind im Paket beigelegt. _____________________________ H 70 x W 64 x D 6 cm Hardboard, plastic, varnish, acrylic paint Edition of 20 pieces Like three spokes of a wheel or rays of a star, the three basic colors blue, yellow and red strive for a common dance on the round background disc. Outside the disc, each one by itself, they mix to a seemingly rotating color wheel. The object can be hung a wall with a single nail. All necessary utensils and assembly instructions are included in the package.
Alexander Lorenz, Wood, Plastics
"GEOMETRIE UND ZAHLEN" 28 VON 37
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Mann im Schaum
Relief | Gips auf MDF schwarz | little people
Bergit Hillner, Wood, Plaster
WASSER
Wasser Larvikrit Bildhauersymposium 2014 Asgard Norwegen
Friedrich Vossel, Stone, Stone
Große und Kleinere Bewegung
Ein Blick in die Werkstatt. Im Vordergrund "Bewegung" in zwei Größen
Cornelia Hammans, Bronze, Metal
Chaotische Harmonie
Auftrag für eine Außenanlage. Hier vor der Montage noch in meiner Werkstatt.
Cornelia Hammans, Bronze, Natural materials
Impuls
Walnussholz "Impuls" - Welle - Bewegung - Leichtigkeit - Lebendigkeit - elegant - fließend - harmonisch Eine Skulptur, die man berühren möchte
Markus Brinker, Wood
Dreaming the woods I
The project “Deaming the forest” talks about the ephemeral experience of standing in front of a tree; the incorporeal experience of remember the nature. The work reflects on the relationship between human beings and nature. It is a work about memory. I seek to reconnect with nature through memory. Remembering the experience of facing the wind, the leaves, the grass… The work is not explicit, everyone will read in it their own memory. Bringing the nature as a memory into the city is the only way to make it present.
Tamara Jacquin, Wood, Textile
Die Wand 2
plastische Wandgestaltung aus Keramik
Guido Kratz, Ceramics
Exibiz
Der Exhibitionist der sich doch nicht ohne goldene shorts aufs Podest wagt.
Martin Schlamp, Wood
Portraitstudie
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Jonas Eideloth, Stone, Wood
series of collages
collages
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Alice and the Cheshire Cat or Farewell to Wonderland
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The Ballet Dancer
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Moluccan Canoe
For the Utrecht city project 'Street wise', I was asked to create a work of art based on the street name Molukkenstraat. It is a facade stone that hangs on the wall of my home / studio, close to the street sign. This sculpture is part of the GPS tour through the Lombok district in Utrecht. Made by Peter Dubois in collaboration with Kosmopolis Utrecht. Watch the video below and hear the story behind the image. Video GPStour Lombok from Peter dubois on Vimeo
Fieke de Roij, Stone, Stone
Siedlung
Gewachsene Strukturen und die Beziehungen der Menschen prägen den Mikrokosmos einer Siedlung auf engstem Raum. Dieser wandelt ständig sein Erscheinungsbild nach allen Seiten durch Zuzug, Wegzug, Neubau, Verfall, Zerstörung und Lückenfüllung. Zudem wirken globale Entscheidungen und Einflüsse von außen. Das Wechselspiel von inneren und äußeren Vorgängen gibt jeder Siedlung ihre einzigartige Historie und Gestalt.
Ilka Raupach, Wood, Wood
Der Grübler
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Andreas Rimpel, Plaster, Clay
in einem fremden Wasser
in einem fremden Wasser lockende Gewächse recken ihre Fühler aus dem Nass erblühen glänzend weiß wiegen sich im Strom schlingen, winden, greifen schließen in die Arme ziehen hinab in den getrübten Grund aquamediale, Lübben/Spreewald
Ilka Raupach, Plastics, Mixed Media
aufbewahrt
Baltischer Bernstein – Tränen der Sonne, 4 Vogelobjekte je ca. 9 x 5 x 2 cm
Ilka Raupach, Natural materials
Textur
Anröchter Dolomit (Kalksandstein) Als Eckenbrecher Gesägt und geschliffen
Friedrich Vossel, Stone, Natural materials
Amsterdam primordial soup
Commissioned by Bouwinvest, designed by Paul Whalen. In the center of Amsterdam. This "oldfashioned" passage depicts the history of water and our relationship to it. The floor is made from terazzo, the handglazed tiles in 15 shades going from green to brown are decorated with gold, the 3 triptychs gigantic mirrors are sandblasted and painted from the back, in the middle there is a bronze fishhead shaped fountain, there are specail chandeliers made of bicycle parts and to top it off the ceiling is made of glass mosaic.
Iris Roskam, Bronze, Glass
In my hands
Arme, Originalgröße, auf Sockel montiert, Silikon und PU-Schaum
Lisa Büscher, Plastics, Others
Ode to the women of Den Helder
Dedicated to the women who live the harsh coastal life where the sea gives and takes. Commissioned by Helder Vastgoed, 3 50ties social housing flats got a make-over and were decorated with metal window frames, various ceramic surfaces, a gigantic one at the end facade and adorned with phosphorescent blown glass bubbles.
Iris Roskam, Metal, Glass
Mupfel
Organic media sculpture - Skulptur mit einer Haut oder Panzer aus Schwertmuscheln und einem Fernsehmonitor mit Wasserstrukturen / sculpture with sword shell skin and video monitor displaying ocean textures
Tina Zimmermann, Natural materials, Mixed Media
An outcast sanctuary
Skatepark on Zeeburgereiland in Amsterdam, commissioned by the city of Amsterdam. 12 tile panels were printed with glaze after drawings were colored in with ballpoint to resemble delft blue. 135m1 of 2,5x2,5 tiles 8 high were put around the pools. Because the surfaces were scatered the park is considered as a giant organism with holes were you can see inside. Skaters were in the early eighties not very popular so in the drawings you'll find other outcast such as pigeons, woodlice and trash.
Iris Roskam, Ceramics
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