Marieke Van de Ven
This collection of tailor made vases is influenced by the juxtaposition of historical and archetypical ornamental elements. A re-appropriation of the Ancient Greek vessel, in combination with the costume construction of an 18th century sleeve. Using embroidery, print, basketry, and pattern construction, the ornamental pieces are a re-thinking of the ready made, to form a framework of ideas. Incoherent elements warp together in the search for incongruity between the familiar and the unfamiliar.
School of Design
MA Textiles, 2019
- BA Fashion Design, ArtEZ Academy of the Arts, Arnhem, Netherlands, 2015
- Design/installation intern, Henrik Vibskov, Copenhagen, 2017; Design intern/assistant, Jakob Schlaepfer, St Gallen Switzerland, 2016; Design intern menswear/womenswear, John Galliano, Paris, 2014; Martan, print design collaboration, 2016 Dec
- Table Manners, Chalton Gallery, London, 2018; Seams, Hockney Gallery, London, 2018; Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London 2018–2019; The Filler project, stichting Sign, organising workshop, Groningen, 2017; Modefabriek, Rai, Amsterdam, 2015; ArtEZ finals, artez, Arnhem, 2015; Fashion Biennale Moba exhibition Hurray, Arnhem, 2013; De dood leeft, Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam, 2011
- Royal Ruyi x RCA, scarf competition, 2019; Young Talent Award, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, 2018