Incubate 2012 Open Source Expo

text and image roberto voorbij

As part of the annual incubate festival takes at the Tilburg Koepelhal for the second time the Open Source Expo place. Everyone had the opportunity to submit work, hence the title, and nearly 300 artists subsequently responded to this. Although the form of the exhibition was an open one, there is still enough quality to discover, a surprising amount actually. And although a prescribed theme was omitted, the curators succeeded in creating a coherent whole, with a pleasant classification by used medium and style. Abstraction with abstraction, Neue Wilde – like work with Neue Wilde – like work, video work with video work etc. etc. A further good reason to visit the impressive Koepelhal is Leah Capaldi’s performance piece which there continuously takes place. For seven days, for seven hours will a performer sing karaoke, the audience is hereby invited for a duet, a kind of ‘open source’ as well, just as the live streaming of the work.

Incubate festival 2012 will run until Sunday 16 September.

Dees – Stronger (The new gospel… homey).

Shirley Welten – Basket Case.

Karen Lustenhouwer – Lost places, Frank Wiersema – Damsel in Distress, Roberto Voorbij – National Loneliness, Marco Maas – Bathfields.

Arewik Avakian – Perceive.

Opening speech by Marijn ten Harmsen van der Beek, Chairman Board of Directors – Incubate.

Chiel Janssen – My Spirit Divided into Blood, Sweat & Tears.

Arjan Onderdenwijngaard – Bling Bling, years of swallowing.

Leah Capaldi – 7 Hours, 7 Days.

Leah Capaldi – 7 Hours, 7 Days.

Eline Ceelen – Untitled.

Overview Open Source Expo.

Etienne Reijnders – Shopping Cart Bench.

Advertisements

About The Bleeding Tomato

The Bleeding Tomato is the online sketch book of Roberto Voorbij - Visual / 3D Artist. A place for his spin-offs, new ideas, personal frustrations and fascinations. Blogging about art, sociology, technique, marketing and more…
This entry was posted in art and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s