15 FEBRUARY 2007

At 17.00 on the 15th of February an oeuvre exhibition will take place of all (!) interactive sculptures made by Studio Roosegaarde. Hosted by Axis Stuifmeel the TV celebrity Filemon Wesselink will guide you through all interactive sculptures. This exclusive event, including foods and drinks, will take place at Coenecoop 618/620 in Waddinxveen (NL). Apply now for free entrance tickets.

Studio Roosegaarde is the home of Daan Roosegaarde which initiates, researches and realizes projects in art and technology. Studio Roosegaarde functions as a laboratorium in which, for each project, new alliances are made with software engineers, material manufacturers and cultural foundations. Currently it develops interactive artworks such as Liquid 2.0 and Dune 4.0 as part of a series called ‘Liquid constructions’.

Daan Roosegaarde is a young sculptor/ architect working in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He studied at the Academie of Fine Arts AKI in Enschede and the Berlage Institute, a Postgraduate Laboratory of Architecture in Rotterdam.

Roosegaarde’s work explores the dynamic relation between architecture, people and new media. His sculptures are a collision of technology and the human body. In this interaction the sculptures create a situation where visitor and (public) space become one.

Roosegaarde’s projects have been shown at international exhibitions at V2, Netherlands Media Art Institute & 5th Triennale in Slovenia and published in Items, Rails and NRC Handelsblad.