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until 29 August

Claudy Jongstra exhibition

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Museum De Lakenhal
Oude Singel 28
2312 RA LEIDEN
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It is compulsory to book a time slot for your visit in advance.

Claudy Jongstra is much at once: visual artist, shepherd, farmer and activist. Her sculptural works travel the world and have a signature of their own. By going back to the origins of wool, weaving and color, Jongstra makes her audience reflect on the interaction between man and nature. In the exhibition Claudy Jongstra Museum De Lakenhal connects all these facets in a sensory experience.

NEW WORK:
Jongstra made new works especially for Museum De Lakenhal: NINE and Cosmic Cry which together form an installation. NINE is the largest woven work Jongstra has ever made and flows through the space like an earthly landscape. In doing so Jongstra places a critical note on monoculture and landscapes filled with solar panels.

Also Woven Skin (2018…

It is compulsory to book a time slot for your visit in advance.

Claudy Jongstra is much at once: visual artist, shepherd, farmer and activist. Her sculptural works travel the world and have a signature of their own. By going back to the origins of wool, weaving and color, Jongstra makes her audience reflect on the interaction between man and nature. In the exhibition Claudy Jongstra Museum De Lakenhal connects all these facets in a sensory experience.

NEW WORK:
Jongstra made new works especially for Museum De Lakenhal: NINE and Cosmic Cry which together form an installation. NINE is the largest woven work Jongstra has ever made and flows through the space like an earthly landscape. In doing so Jongstra places a critical note on monoculture and landscapes filled with solar panels.

Also Woven Skin (2018) can be seen in the Netherlands for the first time after a world tour. A nomadic work that radiates urgency, an indictment against the exhaustion of our earth. The felted rags look like skinned skins and refer to the loss of our protection.

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