Winnie Teschmacher. Spaces of silence. Florette Dijkstra.

Winnie Teschmacher. Spaces of silence. Florette Dijkstra.

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Vlaardingen : Cirkulus 2015.
90 p.
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Dijkstra, Florette.
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Besides organizing various exhibitions and art events for De Ketelfactory, Winnie Teschmacher is a refined and crafted artist with experience over more than 30 years. She exhibited in various galleries and museums in The Netherlands and abroad and has just returned from a journey to the Asian countries. Her creative ideas find form in delicate glass sculptures in a constant practice of concentration on the needs and wants of aesthetics, functionalism and representation. Inspired by the ever-changing and moving universe as well as our perception of it, she challenges her audience to observe again and again and so to stay in motion and transform into a more refined embodiment of time and space. It is in motion that time and space are coming to life. They remind us, human beings, to constantly make them our own by becoming detached and so to evolve into a ‘magus’ of our own life-world.