Joep van Liefland
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Talking to heaven
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Talking to heaven by Joep van Liefland

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Print size
40 x 50 cm
Print type
Archival Inkjet Print
Limited edition of 30
Paper type
Hahnemühle, Photo Rag Ultra Smooth

About Joep van Liefland

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Get to know Joep van Liefland

Joep is a collector of the discontinued

“I have over more then 50,000 VHS cassettes, but only one of them is pink.”

Contemporary Berlin-based artist Joep van Liefland creates artworks that are concerned with obsolete technology: VHS cassettes, forgotten cords, bulky audio players and remote controls. His work is informed by a wide variety of artists, filmmakers, writers and philosophers, such as Paul Thek, Nikolai Fyodorov and Philip K. Dick. Van Liefland is also one of the founders of Berlin project space, Autocenter, one of the longest artist-run spaces in the city. He has created two works for Absolut. One is entitled “Im Meer der Gefühle”, meaning “In the sea of feelings”, and features a snapshot of the only pink VHS cassette in his studio. His other work, “RGB 203”, shows red, green and blue stripes, the fundamental colours that are found in every any electronic screen.