apexart :: New York City Fellow :: Lonnie van Brummelen
Fellowship Program
Name: Lonnie van Brummelen
Visiting From: Amsterdam, The Netherlands  
Dates of Fellowship: November 21 - December 17, 2008  
Recommended by: Henk Slager
philosopher, art historian in The Netherlands
Lonnie van Brummelen studied art at Rietveld Academy and Rijks Academy, and Philosophy at The University of Amsterdam. Since 2001 she has collaborated with Siebren de Haan on site-specific exhibition projects, essays, and film installations. Their collaborative exhibition projects include For Compensation (2001), a group exhibition in a new housing area on Borneo Island (Amsterdam) and Disclosures, a series of individual presentations in their apartment in the housing block of Hans Kollhoff and Cristian Rapp on KNSM Island in Amsterdam. In their essays like Autonomy as Strategy and Call of the Wild they reflect upon the possibilities for a critical art practice which can cope with the global dynamics of inclusion and exclusion. Van Brummelen's works have been exhibited at Gwangju Biennale, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, TPW Gallery in Toronto (Images Festival), Palais de Tokyo in Paris and Argos in Brussels.

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FELLOWSHIP TALK: Negotiating Invisible Borders with Carlo McCormick
December 16, 2008 - download talk (28MB .mp3)