Femke Schaap

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In 1997 Schaap received the first price in the Prix de Rome Sculpture Award (Amsterdam, NED), was nominated for the Prix Nouvelles Images (1999, The Hague, NED), and awarded the Fortis Visual Arts Award (2000, Rotterdam, NED). Schaap’s installations have been exhibited worldwide in art fairs, galleries, festivals and museums such as the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam, NED, 2000), Kyoto Art Center (JPN, 2001), Museum of Modern Art Arnhem (NED, 2003), Center for Contemporary Art Kiev (UKR, 2003), the Chinese European Art Center (Xiamen, CHN, 2004) and Urban Glass (New York,USA, 2007). Since 2000 she has been associated as teacher at ArteZ and the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam.

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A sculptor working with light, the artist Femke Schaap, is known for her life-size, spatial film-installations; by projecting selected parts of film onto cut-out polystyrene screens, she constructs ephemeral realities that the viewer can literally walk into.

Femke started out as a filmmaker, but as time passed her work became more like light-sculptures. The visitor can walk through the light projections, can experience the tension between flatness and spaciousness and can immerse himself in a moving image.

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