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Today you can discover more and more small scale art spaces in The Hague, ranging from shop windows and mini galleries to pop-up exhibitions like this one at Veenkade 136, at the house with the Nelson Mandela quote on the blind side wall.&nbsp;Three artists will show their work during the weekend of November 10 &ndash; 11, 2018 from 12.00 to 18.00 hrs: <br />
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- (wall)objects entitled Soulmates by Natascha Morsink, <br />
- Lily Wieskamp&rsquo;s innovative installations of paintings combined with 3d objects<br />
- Petra Kn&ouml;tschke&rsquo;s wood improvisations and a temporary installation on the side wall &lsquo;next to Mandela&rsquo;<br />
www.openbondgenootschap.nl<br />
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What Can You See?<br />
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<strong>Soulmates</strong><br />
You find something, you get something, you stroll around. Natascha Morsink&rsquo;s studio is packed with objects she collected and found all over the place. All these objects, however, are related to one another, they are soulmates.&nbsp;She arranges and rearranges those objects until new abstractions come into being. She gives them a new meaning in another life on canvas, in a drawer, or in a transparent plexiglass box.<br />
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<strong>Lily Wieskamp</strong><br />
In how far is what you make, or what you observe, just your own memory? Where memory and the now just cannot touch each other you find the intermediate zone of Lily Wieskamp&rsquo;s work. Longing for the past and loneliness in the present overlap each other. Everybody can interpret her paintings and 3-d objects in his, or her own way.<br />
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<strong>Plodding, sanding and polishing</strong><br />
Improvising with wood, rope and iron is typical for (of) Petra Kn&ouml;tschke&rsquo;s work. She makes objects that can stand alone, or can be hung. Sometimes she creates large installations that can be put inside a building, or outside in a forest, park, or on a wall. But you can always see the plodding, wrenching and messing about of people. Keeping on trying, looking for solutions and always failing.

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