Landschap in perspectief Landscape in perspective

Introduction

The project The Wanderer, consists of an exhibition and five routes, which focus on different perspectives on the landscape.

The Wanderer is part of the long-term programme Landscape
in Perspective, initiated by Marres Projects in collaboration with NAiM/ Bureau Europa and the Province 
of Limburg. In the exhibition The Wanderer – curated by Nils van Beek – the phenomenon of wandering is approached from a cultural and historical background, and connected to the personal and contemporary perspective of various international artists. The programme of Marres is built up around a series of positions, such as the Dandy, the Dilettant and the Flaneur. With the presentation
of the Wanderer, Marres adds a new position to this series.

In the context of the programme Landscape in Perspective, which pre- viously presented innovative projects such as the Sphinxpark Maastricht, the project The Wanderer offers a reflection on the question of memory in relation to the landscape. The wanderer and his walk are of importance in this context, since both are inseparable from – a historical view of – the landscape.

With work by, amongst others: Delphine Bedel, Wineke Gartz, Katja van Driel, Begoña Muñoz, Robin Pourbaix and Bas Princen. Exhibition essay: Peter Peters.

Images
Image by Johannes Schwartz
Image by Johannes Schwartz
Image by Johannes Schwartz
Image by Johannes Schwartz
Image by Johannes Schwartz
Image by Johannes Schwartz
Image by Johannes Schwartz