Anne de Vries
Born The Hague, NL, 1977
Nationality NL
Lives and works in Amsterdam and Berlin

annedevr@gmail.com
www.annedevries.info

 
RijksakademieOPEN publicatie
Beeld 1 / 7   'Steps of Recursion Rail', 2012, 110x85x65cm

The work of Anne de Vries comprises a wide range of media, from digital photography and sculpture to new media technology. They bear witness to our increasing entanglement with technology – its material and symbolic origins, our sense of the world as part of the universe and our expanding understanding of the laws of physics through different media. In which new technologies influence our perception of the world and its socio-political implications.

CURRICULUM VITAE (2012)

Check my website for current and upcoming events.
A more elaborate cv you will find here.

Education
2000-2002 Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, NL
1999-2000 The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, US
1997-1999 Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, NL

Stipends/fellowships
2011 Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds - De By van der Heyden Fonds & Straver Fonds
2011 Stichting Elise Mathilde Fonds
2006 Fonds BKVB, starter stipendium, Amsterdam, NL

Solo and group exhibitions coming up:
2012 27th October: 'My safe reduction form' at Exile, Berlin, DE
2012   5th October: 'The New Prophets' at Vectuer Interface, Nantes, FR
2012 14th September: 'Body Language' at CCS in Paris, FR
2012 13th September: 'Bright lights after Armageddon' at 25 cleveland place, New York, US

Solo and group exhibitions
2012 'Is there Life on Mars' groupshow at Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam, NL
2012   6th October: 'The Black Cube' at Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR
2012 'Trails Rising' solo at the Greenroom project space, London, UK
2012 'Trails of the Hive Mind‘ solo at Sandy Brown Gallery, Berlin, DE
2012 '002 Eye Rubs' at Elaine's in Basel, CH
2012 'Becoming Emmersed‘ Ghoete Institute Rotterdam, NL
2012 'Forecast the days of aquarius lake placid blue like oceanbursts stage‘ at Max Mayer Dusseldorf, DE

Lectures and workshops
2012 Rearview Mirror - Age-ism: Lecture/Presentation at Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam, NL