KAREL VERHOEVEN & EMI KODAMA
Karel brings the species of fish living near the
crossing of two canals in to view.
"Caught Fish, City Fish"
He did some research, talking with local city fishermen,
and using findings from The Institute for Nature and
Forest Research. Gradually the fish were caught
and examined. Emi wrote a short story about a
conversation between a fisherman and the fish that was
At the finissage on June 28th, between 7pm and 10pm, all
the fish will be released and a silkscreen
poster/edition, will be shared.*
Visual artist Karel Verhoeven (Ghent, 1982) works mainly
in sculptural and architectural aspects of public
spaces. Like an archaeologist, he is constantly
searching for the buried truth, often reflecting in a
poetic manner, our daily life.
Visual artist and writer, Emi Kodama (Vancouver, 1980),
focuses on layering the every day with memories and
daydreams to create stories that people can explore and
expand. Her work creates a world that blends
your imagination with hers.
* to help support the project, you can buy the poster
for a small price.