Geerten Verheus

Geerten Verheus

Old Soldiers, 2007, vinyl, brass, 40 x 30 x 35 cm

Geerten Verheus’ sculptural installations, collages and paintings mostly function not through any narrative content, but through rather intuitive associations to the unorthodox materials he uses and the interrelations he creates between them.
The semantics of materials used and references to more or less familiar shapes and objects aim to result in partly ironic, partly unnerving specific objects. Geerten Verheus lives and works in Berlin

Höhere Gewalt (ausgeschlossen), 2007, wood, glass, rubber, brass, 41 x 30 x 30 cm

Loud, Clear, 2007, collage of newsprint on cardboard, 44 x 32 cm

Loud, Clear (details), 2007, collage of newsprint on cardboard, 44 x 32 cm

The Limits of Almost, 2009, rubber, acrylic glass, 24 x 250 x 10 cm

Dog Day, 2005, rubber, 140 x 69 x 15 cm

Bazar, 2013, rubber, bass, 120 x 140 x 100 cm

Nonmember with yellow and black, 2011, rubber, nylon, 145 x 80 x 10 cm

Medium, 1999-2013, household strip-blinds, installed in a given space, from wall to wall, from ceiling to floor, in a density of 200 strips per sqm. Size variable

Panic and Euphoria, 2012, 9-part fabric sculpture, various textiles, 320 x 160 x 260 cm, framed poster 84 x 59 cm

Topsy Turvy, 2012, vinyl, stainless steel, copper, 80 x 230 x 100 cm

Topsy Turvy (details), 2012, vinyl, stainless steel, copper, 80 x 230 x 100 cm

, or Good Conduct Well Chastised, 2009, felt, steel, copper, 50 x 100 x 50 cm

Medium1999-2013, household strip-blinds, installed in a given space, from wall to wall, from ceiling to floor, in a density of 200 strips per sqm. Size variable

 


Courtesy of the Artist
Geerten Verheus
www.geertenverheus.com

 

 

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