Second floor 2

  • In Short
  • Installation art
  • Spatial

Britte Koolen

create order out of chaos

Britte Koolen’s work is inspired by the words of John Maeda: ‘‘When there is less, we appreciate everything much more’’. Her work consists of minimalist, sculptural installations and wall sculptures.
Driven by the minimalistic principles including reuse, organization and reduction, the work of Britte embraces our universal desire to create order out of chaos. Precision is key; precision can sometimes be achieved intuitively. Imperfections that show up while working can be deleted, but also exaggerated to become independent elements in their own right.

The installations seem to be intellectual or hard to understand, however they are best discovered not by analytical contemplation, but by walking around them, seeing them from all angles and experiencing them as they are and as you are in space. The empty space is just as important as the sculptures and installations themselves. The emptier the space, the more sensitive and responsive it becomes. It is in its most empty state that it offers indefinite possibilities and allows the audience new possibilities to interpret the space.



To be seen at the following location