Johan Voordouw, Exhibiting the Weerkas Project at the Silver Linings Exhibition, Mehrzwecksaal, Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna, Austria
The Silver Linings exhibition showcases a cross section of emerging architectural work. This collection of deeply personal research projects examining the social, cultural and tectonic relevance of digital culture. Projects range from site specific installations, varying modes of representation and image making and narrative speculations.
Johan Voordouw’s Weerkas project was selected for his detailed digital etchings and its subversive narrative of the Dutch cultural landscape. Exhibiting all twelve of the Weerkas etchings it is the first public exhibition since its initial showing in the Kunsthal at the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam in 2014.
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