Posts Tagged ‘Piet Zwart Institute’


If I had it, I would give it to you / documentation

May 10, 2014 posted in documentation, exhibitions

Exhibition view
From up to down: Alice Mendelowitz, Hunter Longe

Exhibition view
From left to right: Sol Archer, Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki

Exhibition view / Detail
Sol Archer

Exhibition view / Detail
Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki

Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki

Exhibition view
From left to right: Sriwhana Spong, Susanna Browne

Exhibition view / Detail
Susanna Browne




If I had it, I would give it to you

May 6, 2014 posted in collaboration, events, exhibitions
Composite image by Susanna Browne and Alice Mendelowitz, 2014

11 – 24 May 2014
OPENING: Saturday 10 May at 18.00h

An interim exhibition featuring artists enrolled in the Master of Fine Art program at the Piet Zwart Institute:

Sol Archer
Sighle Bhreathnack-Cashell
Tiffin Breen
Susanna Browne
Hunter Longe
Alice Mendelowitz
Vasiliki Sifostratoudaki
Sriwhana Spong (feat. Anna John)

Special thanks to Katarina Zdjelar and Weronika Zielinska

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Piet Zwart Institute: The Teaser

June 4, 2012 posted in collaboration, exhibitions

01 – 3 June 2012

An exhibition featuring the first year Master of Fine Art students at Piet Zwart Institute

Zayne Armstrong, Olivia Dunbar, Kevin Gallagher, Jasper Griepink, Jason Hendrik Hansma, Joakim Hällström, Anna Luczak, Vikram Uchida-Khanna, Kymberley Ward, James Whittingham

teas·er noun \ˈtē-zər\

1: one that teases
2: an advertising or promotional device intended to arouse interest or curiosity especially in something to follow

tease transitive verb \ˈtēz\

O.E. tæsan “pluck, pull apart” (fibers of wool, flax, etc.), from W.Gmc. *taisijanan (cf. Dan. tæse, M.Du. tesen, Du. tezen “to draw, pull, scratch,” O.H.G. zeisan “to tease, pick wool”).

The original sense is of running thorns through wool or flax to separate, shred, or card the fibers. The figurative sense of “vex, worry, annoy” emerged 1610s. For similar sense development, see heckle.

Hairdressing sense is recorded from 1957.

Noun meaning “one who teases” is first recorded 1852; specifically as short for cock-teaser it was in use by 1976. Teaser “short sample, introductory advertisement” is attested from 1934.