Mirthe Klück, Some wormholes are bigger than others, Billytown, The Hague

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Last spring Billytown opened its doors in a new place as an artists’ run gallery.

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At the moment they are making up for the new season, readjusting technicalities etc.

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In the mean time there is a very small exhibition with works by Mirthe Klück in Billytown’s Kitchen.

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Her works look both formal (“this place needed some decoration”) and informal (“the art is part of the place”).

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In the same way Klück is trying to strike a balance between the materiality of her works and the reality around them on one hand (and that is quite something already), and

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on the other hand that what we make of it in our heads when looking at them.

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In short, the perfect little show for a hot summer day in the anonymous Binkhorst area of The Hague.

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(Click on the pictures to enlarge)

Bertus Pieters

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