Lost and Found Editions, 2013/2015

Lost and Found hosts monthly evenings of stray images in and around Amsterdam. Yeb Wiersma1 contributed for the following editions:

Artis Bibliotheek, 2013
De Oude Kerk, 2013
Steim, 2014
De Drie Heuvelen, 2014
Muziekgebouw, 2014
Trippenhuis, 2015

Selection of contributions made by:

Jacqueline de Dansschutter on a faeces’ journey
Mathias Ringgenberg dancing while peeing
Miek Zwamborn on a found herbarium
Jean Bernard Koeman and his volcano addiction
Martin Hazendonk climbs up a church
Flip Hallema demonstrating his flipstick
Dongyoung Lee and her lively office supplies
Lotte Geeven on the deepest hole
Steve Bowden, Carl Haasse and the flexible straw
Naufus Ramirez-Figuera dressed up as a Maya Temple
Merijn Bolink making sculptures sing
Sjoerd van Oevelen2 on the fourth dimension

Margot Zanstra-van Wilgenburg and her models
Paul Bailey collecting lost invitations
Ieva Misevičiūtė lowering the voice
Shirly Berends Montero on broken glass
Simon Wald Lasowski and his beatbox
Dana Lixenberg on Imperial Courts, Los Angeles
Karen Willey and Yeb Wiersma folding an octahedron3

  1. Lost_Found_Yeb_Wiersma_40Lost and Found, Muziekgebouw: Yeb Wiersma with Pedro Moraes.

  2. Flyer made by Merijn Bolink and Sjoerd van Oevelen. Both artists were part of the special Lost and Found Edition: Lost and Found op Atelierbezoek, 2013.

  3. Schermafbeelding 2014-10-11 om 18.29.04Karen Willey and Yeb Wiersma together created a ‘Fold A Octahedron Yourself’ flyer for Lost and Found, 2014