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Studio Makkink & Bey invited three artists to realise interventions with which they confront the historical materials from the collecton and the way they are presented in Summer Dreams.

Aliki van der Kruijs


The concept of summer is sketched in air, water and flowering nature. Aliki van der Kruijs examines elements in the archival drawings to compose a contemporary blueprint of the archive. The print develops when exposed to sunlight.

Zoro Feigl

Summer Breeze

Summer equals life, equals movement, equals the kinetic installations of Zoro Feigl. Feigl turns the central hanging ring into an architectural sculpture.



Rogier Arents


Rogier Arents focuses on the visualization of science. Seeing is believing. Using a plotting machine, he investigates a new level of scale in his work as an illustrator. During the exhibition Summer Dreams, he develops a grid made up of hues of markers.

Summer Dreams, Surprising finds from the collection #1
Alfred Marks
Studio Makkink & Bey
Aliki van der Kruijs, Rogier Arents and Zoro Feigl
Maureen Mooren
Collection Het Nieuwe Instituut

This project is part of the programme track Landscape and Interior and the folder Surprising finds from the collection.

Summer Dreams is the first exhibition in a series of presentations that focuses on material from the collection.