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Martijn in 't Veld





Untitled (Freshly washed laundry stands), 2014 - Untitled (Looking thru a moving box) 2017





Poems, 2016-17 - Untitled (Freshly washed laundry stands) 2014





Poems, silkscreen on paper, 2016-2017





Untitled (Looking thru a moving box) 2017


Martijn in 't Veld
A tall, friendly-looking man stands at the corner. He is watching something you cannot identify. It is something banal, mundane. He perceives this object most people wouldn't even notice. He contemplates it for a while. Eventually he moves on. On the way to his apartment he picks up something from the street and takes it with him. At home he examines his find, waiting for it to do something...
The man continues to think about it until the object stops being an object. A piece of popcorn becomes a movie, a bottle cap becomes a dancefloor, a man becomes a world. Later, some of them will return to everyday life, where they come from. He will say Hello to them from time to time. Maybe he will dance when he opens a beer; he will watch a movie when making popcorn; see a world when he looks into the mirror.
Michael Pohl, 2017




The brain thinks. A lot. And not only in the weekends. The brain thinks everyday. And the brain thinks everything and everywhere. The brain thinks easy and light thoughts, which are pleasant to pass the time, like what film shall I watch tonight or where shall I go on holidays next or which shoes will go best with this denim?...

(From Brain Cocktail, 2014)




























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