Stealth Pavillion
Stealth Pavillion
30.12.2013
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Artist  Paul segers ‘Stealth pavilion 2013′ mimics F-117 nighthawk
 
The Eindhoven-based mixed media sculptor is known for large-scale installations, as well as "organizing projects in the Netherlands and around the world under the auspices of his 'New Brabant Front,' a network of like-minded artists from various fields in the creative industry."
 
His new piece references the aeronautical and architectural aspects of his previous work even as it speaks to the timely issue of surveillance.
 
The Stealth Pavillion was created for KAAP, an annual exhibition at one of the fortresses of the old Dutch defense line 'de Hollandse Waterlinie.' The 'theme' of the exhibition was inspired by Dutch artist Constant Nieuwenhuys' Utopian 'New Babylon' project (1959-74).Itis made of steel, aluminum and wood, measuring 9×3×4 m. It's currently on view in Groenekan, Netherlands, KAAP 2013, along with work by David Bade, Melanie Bonajo, Jonas Wijtenburg, Saskia Janssen & Maria Pask en Kaleb de Groot. 
 
Designer                               : Artist  Paul segers 
Source                                   : paulsegers.com
 
Designer                                 : Artist  Paul segers 
Source                                   : Yanko.com
 
Bonajo, Jonas Wijtenburg, Saskia Janssen & Maria Pask en Kaleb de Groot.  2013′ mimics F-117 nighthawk
 
The Eindhoven-based mixed media sculptor is known for large-scale installations, as well as "[organizing] 
 
projects in the Netherlands and around the world under the auspices of his 'New Brabant Front,' a network of 
 
like-minded artists from various fields in the creative industry."
 
His new piece references the aeronautical and architectural aspects of his previous work even as it speaks to 
 
the timely issue of surveillance.
 
The Stealth Pavillion was created for KAAP, an annual exhibition at one of the fortresses of the old Dutch 
 
defense line 'de Hollandse Waterlinie.' The 'theme' of the exhibition was inspired by Dutch artist Constant 
 
Nieuwenhuys' Utopian 'New Babylon' project (1959-74).Itis made of steel, aluminum and wood, measuring 9×3×4 
 
m. It's currently on view in Groenekan, Netherlands, KAAP 2013, along with work by David Bade, Melanie 
 
Bonajo, Jonas Wijtenburg, Saskia Janssen & Maria Pask en Kaleb de Groot. 


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