After a cycle of three graphic design solo exhibitions, this time Miek Zwamborn is invited for a theme cabinet. Miek Zwamborn is an artist, author and in my eyes the perfect treasure hunter.
In 2005-6 Miek and I shared a studio. In that period she knew to amaze and inspire me with books, paper, stones, embroidery, tools, materials and knowledge. In a search for inspiration Miek just can't be missing. She is currently working on her third novel. Miek made a splendid and apparently intuitively arranged cabinet filled with geological drawings, models, tools and archive material around the tale of two eccentric adventurers* and a historical landslide. The precision of this collection unfolds itself as Miek starts to talk and the elements of her upcoming novel melt together. This Wunderschrank gives you an insight in a story brewery of an author, artist and treasure seeker.
Miek Zwamborn Wunderschrank
Open until October 10th
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*Heim (1849-1937) is a Swiss geologist who has qualified himself in the field of map-making and model constructions of the Alps. He is a fierce climber, spends his days drawing and was the first scientist to fly in an air balloon over the Alps to catch the right colour blue for a relief. Hundred years earlier Mary Anning (1799-1848) roams across the Lias Beds along the south west coast of Lyme Regis, England. She has a nose for finding petrified bones, day in day out she's looking for stones to clarify more about prehistory. Later these stones will carry her name. In this landscape a large landslide would take place in 1840.