Yvon Ariese

Born in Arnhem, The Netherlands, 1986

Lives and works in Arnhem

email: yvonariese@gmail.com

T. 0031 (0) 614268967

 

Grants

2018 Stipendium Stichting Stokroos

2017 Stipendium for Emerging Artists, Mondriaan Fonds

Residence

2018 DordtYart, Dordrecht /the Netherlands

Exhibitions

2019 Prospects and concepts, Rotterdam /the Netherlands

2019 RURBAN. Landscapes on the move, Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht /the Netherlands

2018 Beelden 2018, Anningahof, Zwolle /the Netherlands

2017 Space capsules, Moira, Utrecht /the Netherlands

2016 Matter matters Hotel Maria Kapel, Hoorn /the Netherlands

2016 Young Art Night, van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven /the Netherlands

2016 OFFCOURSE 2016, le dynasty, Brussel /Belgium

2015 Best of graduates 2015, Ron Mandos, Amsterdam /the Netherlands

2015 Hesitant autonomy, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam /the Netherlands

2014 Fundamentals, Bienalle Sessions, The 14th international architecture biënnale, Venetië /Italy

2013 Sweet dreams, Vishal, Haarlem /the Netherlands

Education

2012-2015 Fine Art (BA), Gerrit Rietveld academie, Amsterdam /the Netherlands

2011-2012 Basicyear, Gerrit Rietveld academie, Amsterdam /the Netherlands

The work of Yvon Ariese looks like the work of a geologist, since she studies her materials with almost academic precision. With often earthly and fragile materials, she creates big gestures. Out of newspapers and plaster she creates monuments that are embedded in and refer to our society, but at the same time operate at an aesthetic level. As the plaster almost absorbs the newspaper, only the formal aspect of the latter one remains. Within this object-based research, Ariese plays with scale. Either a newspaper or a piece of sand can represent a cosmos. She scanned a handful of sand in movement, with a cosmological image as a result. Big and small are intermixed, and the specificities of the used materials are disguised. Ariese studies her materials as an archaeologist, to in the end manipulate them as an artist. 
Text by Sanneke Huisman