Nizozemska, Nemčija, 2012, dcp, 17:00
A city district is washed over by the tide. The houses are completely flooded, but the residents react very calmly. They are not surprised or scared. Gorgeous design, elaborated to the smallest details.
High-octane comical drama in the recognizable, clear style of Paco Vink and Albert ’t Hooft. Jazz musician Floyd is dumped by his girlfriend, when he has just bought her a ring. Small demons proceed to disturb his life, and it takes a lot before he can pick up the thread again.
En route with his girlfriend, a man is stabbed by a junkie on the subway. Before he dies, childhood memories flash by of his best friend who ended up in a grim world of drugs and violence. Unusual combination of techniques and materials: oil paintings, drawings and 3D computer animation.
A slow-motion journey across a shimmering cosmos that is constantly on the move, with violent explosions in fantastically stunning images, ends with gritty images on Earth.
On a long and dusty road a routine cruise patrol spirals totally out of control.
In a world populated by people without a mouth, a gory accident leads to the discovery a mouth can be created by cutting yourself. This unleashes an enthusiastic chain reaction among the population.
Nizozemska, 2014, dcp, 03:24
De Ruijter collected images of American Football fields from Google Earth, and placed them in sequence with a fascinating result. From an abstract series of pictures of field lines, symbols of diverse sports clubs loom up that are unmistakably American.
Nizozemska, 2015, dcp, 04:56
Events from the daily life of a modern (deceased) family in a Dutch home environment with traditional values of family and standards, like the Dutch genre paintings from the Golden Age. Until an event changes a young girl’s life.
Sixty animations based on charcoal drawings, with themes like perspective and space, abstraction and figuration and the transition from two- to three-dimensional. Robbie Cornelissen is known for his large format drawings, in which he allows the viewer to wander through complex architectural spaces. He also explores the boundaries of the medium of drawing.