Nagga by Roderick Hietbrink at Kazachenkos Apartment

Never store a tent wet, the holes I can see your pride through. I laugh at you because you’re all the same, unfamiliar faces. Limping through the dry red sand running out of sync. The death stare of a silver chase, the bird with no feathers.
The rope, the knot, the swing, the blood, and everything returns to normal.

For this inaugural exhibition at Kazachenko’s Apartment, Dutch artist Roderick Hietbrink will present a new installation consisting of a room made with hand dyed fabric, staging concealed objects and performative video work. During the opening, pancake faces will be served to those with a hungry eye.

Roderick Hietbrink (NL, 1975) lives and works in Oslo and Amsterdam. He graduated at the Academy of Fine Arts St. Joost in Breda and a masters at the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. In 2012 he finished his two-year residency at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. His work has recently been featured in solo and group exhibitions at DREI Cologne, Schaufenster Berlin, the 5th Moscow Biennale in Moscow and De Appel and Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

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