'sleep well'

(daytime)4,5mx4,5m,4,5mwindowgallery, 24 hours.

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'lost foam'

galerie wanda reiff, maastricht, nl.

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'blue moon'

verio, maastricht, nl.

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'du allein kannst mich verstehen'

behind the generals house, maastricht, nl.

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'ich liebe dich'

quartet, university of maastricht, maastricht,nl.

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'eggs'

studio work

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'roter kreiss'

600x50cm, white glass re-used, red water

installations group exhibitions

'2 drinks'

various wall objects made from beer cans from previous openings

installations solo exhibitions

'paint me'

three mobile work islands with pre-decorated paintings- 220x180x6- and various wall objects made from beer cans from previous openings

installations solo exhibitions

'blood sweat and tears' -the prostitution of science-

on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the University of Maastricht

installations commission

'paint me #2'

different sizes

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'upside down'

marres, maastricht. ground floor.

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'w.h.o. #9"

different materials, moving parts, teevee noisehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4thW_BAYEk

installations solo exhibitions

'to nature'

different sizes

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'composition #9 - attack-'

different materials, 35 x 26 x 29 cm.

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'composition #10-floating-'

different materials, 35 x 25 x 25 cm.

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'invasion'

different sizes, different materials. made on the spot. on the back 'happy spots'

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Pascale Leenders/Han Rameckers: ‘To Be Close’ #1

material: duratrans. 255x180cm, lighttubes. In the early twentieth century, tuberculosis (TBC) was a dangerous infectious disease many people died of. At that time, there were no medicines or treatments available for the disease, and to prevent it from spreading, patients were isolated. The disease often had a fatal outcome and was hardly treatable. The only possible way to treat patients was by making sure they rested enough, ate well and breathed in lots of clean air.Since then, a sanatorium house for TBC patients has been built in the garden of the monastery at Wittem. The simple wooden house was rotatable to allow patients to benefit from the sun, light and air as much as possible and to keep the wind off the entrance.This house and its history have inspired us to make the work ‘To Be Close' # 1.

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