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Jennifer Tee
DUTCH
TRISTES TROPHIQUES
Estimate
9001,200
LOT SOLD. 2,200 EUR
JUMP TO LOT
47
Jennifer Tee
DUTCH
TRISTES TROPHIQUES
Estimate
9001,200
LOT SOLD. 2,200 EUR
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Global Contemporary, Rijksakademie

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Amsterdam

Jennifer Tee
B. 1973
DUTCH
TRISTES TROPHIQUES
2007
porcelain, power shells and textile
1 tile: 10 x 92 cm / 3.94 x 36.22"; 1 tile: 10 x 70 cm / 3.94 x 27.56"
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Provenance

donated by the artist

Exhibited

Some recent solo exhibitions
Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam 2009, 'Complex Interiors. Trance-lucent Concrete'
Galleria Klerkx, Milan 2006, 'an Outburst of P*A*S*S*I*O*N in Limbo'
Art Space, Woolloomooloo 2005
Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven 2003, 'Nameless Swirls, An Unfolding in Presence'

Some recent group exhibitions
HVCCA, Peekskill 2009, 'Double Dutch'
Gwanju Bienale, 2006, 'I am the soul in Limbo'
San Paulo Bienale, 2004, [feasting on the] E*V*O*L E*Y*E-land*s*-end An Outburst Passion in Limbo'
Victoria Miro Gallery, London 2003, 'Rijksakademie'

Literature

Selected publications
Astrid Vorstermans, Femke Lutgerink, Now: time travel tracks in the making, Amsterdam: Valiz 2005
Stijn Huijts, Jennifer Tee: E*V*O*L E*Y*E - LAND*s*-END, Amsterdam: Artimo 2004
Jennifer Tee, TTT [Jennifer Tee 'In the air I presume'], Sittard: Museum Het Domein 2001

Selected public and corporate collections
Museum Het Domein, Sittard, NL • De Nederlandsche Bank, NL • Abn Amro Kunststichting, NL • FRAC Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Marseille, FR

Catalogue Note

Jennifer Tee's videos, sculptures, installations, environments and performances play with mythical elements. New dialogues are created, somehow connected with narrative elements and themes. Lines of thought, inspired by her own life and related to religion, mythology, anthropology, language and travels are brought together in often colourful and layered works of art. All works are interconnected, but complete in themselves with their own logic. Tee tries to answer questions about the mythology of contemporary human beings, about cultural identity and soul-searching. In her area of research she works like a quasi-anthropologist and tries to make connections where apparently there never were any before. She constructs poetic dispositions, between fact and fiction, between present and past.

Jennifer Tee was resident artist at the Rijksakademie in 2000-2001.
She won the basic prize of the 1999 Prix de Rome (NL), the Uriôt Prize (NL) in 2001 and the Prix Nouvelles Images (NL) in 2003.

www.teeteetee.nl

Global Contemporary, Rijksakademie

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Amsterdam