Van Gelder

Klaas Kloosterboer

07 Sep - 12 Oct 2013

Klaas Kloosterboer
08102, 2008 - exhibition view
Principle of Uncertainty / Open
7 September - 12 October 2013

In quantum mechanics it is stated that it is impossible to know the exact place of a moving particle and simultaneously the impulse (i.e. amount of energy) of it. It is both there but in case one wishes to perceive this exactly one has to choose for either of them. In the exhibition 'Principle of Uncertainty / Open' of Klaas Kloosterboer both parts of one and the same work is remarkably well to observe: two locations that occur as a whole. The impact (i.e. amount of energy) of one part is almost equally displayed as the impact of the other part, while both parts are not inferior to each other. There is no arbitrary situation; the total thing as art object is a strong unity. In the exhibition 'Open / Principle of Uncertainty' at Ellen de Bruijne Projects this two-in-one unity is more loose and open, but nevertheless both exhibitions could be seen as a mirror of each other.

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