• Job Koelewijn

    Galerie Fons Welters

    The centerpiece of Job Koelewijn’s show was the complex installation Time Machine, 2001, which literally revolved around a large, oblong black frame suspended from the roof and surrounding a rectangular void: an imaginary movie screen. Behind this empty “screen,” there was a painted backdrop of trees, while beneath it a long metal beam turned slowly around an axis that coincided with the center of the screen. At the ends of this beam there were small platforms (supported by wheels); standing on one of them, you could travel around the hanging structure, watching the changing views it offered.

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