1. reinaart vanhoe
    http://vanhoe.org/
    Books Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    "That’s how I roughly imagine it, in this way. Without a lot of images, without a lot of material and just as present as everything else."

     
  2. Barbara Witteveen and Jozef van Rossum
    www.barbarawitteveen.nl  
    Book Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    “Our contribution consists of approximately thirty different loose inserts marked with a wrapper. Theme is the farmers’ life, the country side and the animals. Jozef’s textual contribution in Dutch is a memoir of early and more recent holiday memories with the title: ‘Alles in wijn koken’ (Cook everything in wine). Barbara made drawings that speak for themselves: impressions of life and well-being in the country side. ‘Alles in wijn koken’ is cut up in four parts that visitors of the leeszaal have to gather, hunt, browse and puzzle together. The text fragments (“collect all four of them”) are printed on the back of the different drawings.”

     
  3. Juan Beladrich
    www.juanbeladrich.com
    Book Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    “I’ve made several copies of two cards, one with ‘remember’ and one with ‘forget’ printed on it, and I’ve put them in some of the novels in the library.”

     
  4. Arnold Schalks
    www.arnoldschalks.nl
    Book Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    “My contribution is a printed text piece. Subject is the process of both visual and tactile reading, and the desired impact of the printed words on the reader. This series of work consists of a message in braille. The braille characters were embossed in a piece of black paper, measuring 210 x 60 mm. It can be inserted in an unlimited number of books and used by the reader as a bookmark.”

     
  5. Neza Agnes Momirski

    www.neagmo.com
    Book location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    "Attempts at rationalization and analysis of memory fade with time, while the sensorial impression of the memory remains. To maintain the impression/effect on an empirical level, an unconscious imitation process is employed. It attempts to instantly transcend the (visual) memory into physical reality to make the effect omnipresent, and becomes a technically accurate mechanical procedure of immersing the senses. My contributions are book covers for Psychology encyclopedia, suggesting the imitation process as a precise mechanism configurable through geometric (visual), mathematical and psychological science. These devices are rendered as symmetric and mirrored counterparts to bodies."

    (Source: infins)

     
  6. .。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°☆ Keep calm and go shopping. ♥‿♥ ☆.。.:*・°☆.。.:*・°  

    Lisa Gliederpuppe (NL) gliederpuppe.blogspot.com/
    3x Shopaholic! Sophie Kinsella | omnibus 
    Books Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

     
  7. Barbara Witteveen and Jozef van Rossum
    www.barbarawitteveen.nl  
    Book Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    Our contribution consists of approximately thirty different loose inserts marked with a wrapper. Theme is the farmers’ life, the country side and the animals. Jozef’s textual contribution in Dutch is a memoir of early and more recent holiday memories with the title: ‘Alles in wijn koken’ (Cook everything in wine). Barbara made drawings that speak for themselves: impressions of life and well-being in the country side. ‘Alles in wijn koken’ is cut up in four parts that visitors of the leeszaal have to gather, hunt, browse and puzzle together. The text fragments (“collect all four of them”) are printed on the back of the different drawings.”

     
  8. Juan Beladrich
    www.juanbeladrich.com
    Book Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    I’ve made several copies of two cards, one with ‘remember’ and one with ‘forget’ printed on it, and I’ve put them in some of the novels in the library.”

     

     
  9. Yelena Myshko 
    http://yelenamyshko.net/
     
    Performance: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    Fashion came to represent both oppression and liberation of the female body. It dictates the rules and forces to conform. A process that can go both ways; liberating self-expression or covering up to hide the individual. Fashion has been in the hands of men for a long time. Imposing their morals on the female body, and creating norms and ideals for women to live up to. Since women started to fight for their rights, fashion has been transforming in their footsteps. However fashion never managed to liberate itself from the influence of the male gaze. Fashion still pleases the men. Yelena Myshko uses vintage DIY fashion patterns to symbolize the female struggle. She hides them in political feminist literature in the hope that it will attract hungry minds, who will be provoked to figure out the mystery of the pattern that invites them to take action.”

     
  10. Arnold Schalks
    www.arnoldschalks.nl
    Book Location: Leeszaal Rotterdam West

    My contribution is a printed text piece. Subject is the process of both visual and tactile reading, and the desired impact of the printed words on the reader. This series of work consists of a message in braille. The braille characters were embossed in a piece of black paper, measuring 210 x 60 mm. It can be inserted in an unlimited number of books and used by the reader as a bookmark.”