Monde Possible, 2014 see project

In 2014 Wiersma asked Thébol Malonga, a sign painter from Brazzaville she accidentally encountered upon in the city of Liège, to paint the words ‘Monde Possible’ on the largest window of the Jan van Eyck building; that of the library. This time Thébol Malonga didn’t paint his words on the window looking in, but the other… see project

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Every Hotel Needs a Bear, 2015 see project

Every Hotel Needs a Bear is a fluorescent RISO poster (special edition) created by Yeb Wiersma and Bart de Baets alongside City Hotels, an exhibition initiated by Office Winhov and organized by ARCAM.    For this occasion Wiersma approached fourteen authors and artists to visit the public facilities of fourteen newly developed city hotels in Amsterdam and come up with a written… see project

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Openings, 2014 see project

The van Eyck artists’ building (studio programme for visual artists, writers, designers, performers) and the Music Conservatory of Maastricht are situated opposite each other, alongside a square. The artists working in their studios were exposed to unintentional scores formed by various instruments of the music students simultaneously rehearsing. The sounds echoed distinctly in between the intermediate space… see project

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The Wind’s Visit, 2012 see project

While Wiersma resided as artist-in-field researcher at Studio Makkink & Bey in the Noordoostpolder, Club Donny approached her to write a text for their issue on the ‘Polder’. For this occasion she observed its wild plants  in motion:   ‘You, creeping thistle, dandelion, broad-leaved dock, shepherd’s purse, silverweed; shake off your fleece, release your plumes of… see project

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