AC: Aernout Mik : dispersion room, reversal room

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König, 2004 - Art - 40 pages
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Amsterdam-based sculptor Aernout Mik creates walk-in installations where video film combines with architectural elements to transform familiar spatial structures into unfamiliar and provoking ones. Two of his newest and most important works show absurd film scenes on a backscreen foregrounded by an actual identical scene: illusion vs. reality. Mik's grotesque, amusing, and at the same time serious films deal with the behavior of people in a group, highlighting their actions, interactions, and reactions.

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Section 1
1972
Section 2
1974
Section 3
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About the author (2004)

Born in the Groningen, the Netherlands, in 1962, Aernout Mik has shown widely in Europe and was represented at the biennials of Sao Paolo (1991), Venice (1997, 2001), and Melbourne (1999). In the United States, he has mounted installations at the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, and Cornell University.

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