Frans Van Lent
Fcavlent@xs4all.nl
Works in Dordrecht Netherlands

BIO
Frans van Lent
(Rotterdam 1955)
lives and works in Dordrecht, Netherlands.
lectures at the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Education:
1974-1979 ‘Academie voor Beeldende Vorming’, Tilburg, Netherlands,
2012-~’ MaHKU, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Exhibitions (2013-2000):
2013 ‘Look on the Bright Side’, Galerie Sanaa, Utrecht, Netherlands,
2013 ‘Once More..’, Lokaal 01, Breda, Netherlands,
2013 ‘Baracca: Ritual and Practice’, Bureau Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands,
2012 ‘Kunstvlaai’ with Baracca and with MaHKU, Amsterdam, Netherlands,
2012 ‘Crossing’ with Andrea Radai, Reuten Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands,
2012 ‘Re:Rotterdam’ Art Fair, Rotterdam, Netherlands,
2012 ‘Lens Based’, Reuten Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands,
2011 ‘Baracca: Altar’, Gemak, the Hague, Netherlands,
2011 2011 ‘Art Amsterdam’, Reuten Gallery, RAI, Amsterdam, Netherlands,
2011 ‘Low Lives 3′ International Festival of Live Networked Performances,
2011 ‘Crossing’, Filmtheatre Cinode, Dordrecht (the Netherlands)
2010 ‘Tapetenwechsel’, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2010 ‘Exist-ence 3′, Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, Brisbane, Australia.
2010 ‘Breakers’, 38CC, Delft, Netherlands.
2010 ‘Exist-ence 2′, White Canvas Gallery, Brisbane, Australia.
2009 ‘Huis Clos’, Reuten Galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2009 ‘Das Chaos ist immer und ueberall’, G.A.S-station, Berlin, Germany.
2009 ‘A Book About Death’, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York, NY, USA.
2009 International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2009 Contemporary Art Screen Zuidas, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2008 VHS-festival #15, Kunst&Complex, Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2008 Canariasmediafest 08, Gran Canaria, Spain.
2008 ‘Here, there and Anywhere”, Meinblau E.V./Akademie der Kuenste, Berlin , Germany.
2008 ‘aan het werk 5′, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2008 21. European Media Art Festival, Osnabrueck, Germany.
2008 ‘Straight Lines’, Pictura, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2007 ‘Moving images in public space’, Virtual Museum Zuidas, CASZuidas, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2007 ‘Am Rande, Installationen und Videoarbeiten’, Pyramide, Berlin, Germany.
2007 Grenzwachturm Schlesischer Busch (Kunstfabrik am Flutgraben), Berlin, Germany.
2007 12th International Media Art Biennale WRO 07, Wroclaw, Poland.
2007 Galerie 32-34, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2006 Onetakefilmfestival, Zagreb, Croatia.
2006 De Einder, Sala d’Exposicions del Govern, Andorra
2006 Artist in residence, Kunstfabrik am Flutgraben, Berlin, Germany.
2006 ‘Facts.figures’, MOP projects, Sydney, Australia.
2006 ‘Straight Lines’, Kunstonderneming Oosterkade, Groningen, Netherlands.
2005 ‘Des Choses simples’, Théâtre de la Photo, Nice, France.
2005 ‘De Einder’, project POACH, De Hollandse Biesbosch/Pictura Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2004 ‘De Einder’, project DOOR, La Forge, centre for contemporary arts, St. Colombe sur l’hers, France.
2004 ‘MUUR’, installatie, Kunstkerk, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2004 ‘aan het werk 3′, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2004 ‘Landschap en figuur, werk uit de collectie’, Dordrechts Museum 2004, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2002 Galeria Les Punxes, Barcelona, Spain.
2002 ‘Homenatge a Pilar Riberaygua’, Galeria Pilar Riberaygua’, Andorra la Vella, Andorra.
2002 ‘Bosc’, La Forge, centre for contemporary arts, St. Colombe sur l’hers , France.
2002 ‘Presence’, Pictura, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2002 ‘aan het werk 2′, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Dordrecht, Netherlands.
2000 ‘Dutch photography and video’, Erasmushuis, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Discussions (0) Opportunities (5) Events (0) Jobs (0)
OPPORTUNITY

The Drift


Deadline:
Tue Jul 01, 2014 00:00

Location:
Dordrecht, Netherlands

The Drift
An experimental curatorial project:

222lodge invites you to submit one of your current video works. The subject and technique are free. The only limitation is a maximum length of 15 minutes.

A small committee will view every work to discover the clearest connecting direction in most of the submissions. What emerges as the main (most prominent) subject? What can be described as the leading thread?

When we established this 'main subject', we will select the works for the program in relation to this theme.

To submit: Create a folder containing your CV (pdf), some web-references and the video-file (H264). Give the folder your name. Zip the folder and send it (by use of Wetransfer or Dropbox) to lodge@singel222.nl.


OPPORTUNITY

Physical labour


Deadline:
Sun Apr 13, 2014 00:00

Location:
Dordrecht, Netherlands

Open Call:
The 9th edition of the Urban Explorers Festival in Dordrecht, Netherlands, will take place on June 7, 2014. For this festival we are putting together a one-day show of live art and video art. We are looking for works, fitting within the theme of Physical Labour.

Please send statement/cv and link to lodge@singel222.nl.
Deadline: Sunday April 13, 2014.


OPPORTUNITY

BLACK NOISE


Deadline:
Sat Feb 01, 2014 00:00

Location:
Dordrecht, Netherlands


BLACK NOISE
Mombu (http://mombu.bandcamp.com) & OVO (http://ovomusic.bandcamp.com) & 222lodge Extern #25 @ Dolhuis Dordrecht (NL)!

OPEN CALL

What are we looking for:- short video’s (12 minutes max) and performances with an open, experimental character. Absolutely no music videos!
It is ok if the theme does suit the atmosphere around the bands. It is better if does not!
Send your video’s to lodge@singel222.nl by use of Wetransfer (https://www.wetransfer.com) or send a link to your Dropbox-folder. Email subject should be 'Black Noise'.
We will let you and the rest of the world know if your work is selected.

Beware this is a No Budget Festival!
This festival is organised in cooperation with 10 years of Baracca (http://www.baracca.nl)


OPPORTUNITY

Postponed deadline Unnoticed Art Festival


Deadline:
Thu Jan 16, 2014 23:45

Location:
Dordrecht, Netherlands

In the spring of 2014 222lodge will be organising a festival for Unnoticed Live Art.
The festival for Unnoticed Art balances on the line between public and private. It shows artworks hiding in normality. The language, used to express the works, fits in the average social behaviour in public space and, because of that, will probably remain unnoticed to bystanders.

Concept and executing the works are split. The artist sends the concept more or less as a manual. The chosen works will be carried out by a group of volunteers in a weekend in May in a midsize Dutch city.

These volunteers have a double roll. They are participants as well as audience. They are responsible for realising the performances in the best possible way and they are also the ones who can fully experience the works. In fact they become part of it. The public is not excluded in this way but it is actually embedded.

The location and dates of the festival will remain secret. That way the passers-by will be accidental and without knowledge of the occasion.
They have their own aims, their own occupations, their own thoughts.

After the festival a manifestation will be organised and a book will be published. This will of course be announced clearly.

We are now looking for:
-Concepts of live art that fit within the context of the Invisible Art Festival.
A selection committee will be responsible for the program selection.
-Volunteers who are willing to join us for the festival-weekend (2 days) to execute selected concepts in the public space. It is important that the volunteers have the capacity and motivation to act as normal and as inconspicuous as possible in a public situation. An simple audition will be part of the selection procedure.

Open Call:
Please send your artist statement, concept and a (short but adequate) CV to lodge@singel222.nl.



OPPORTUNITY

Unnoticed Art Festival


Deadline:
Wed Jan 01, 2014 00:00

Location:
Dordrecht, Netherlands

Unnoticed Art Festival

In the spring of 2014 222lodge will be organising a festival for Unnoticed Live Art.
The festival for Unnoticed Art balances on the line between public and private. It shows artworks hiding in normality. The language, used to express the works, fits in the average social behaviour in public space and, because of that, will probably remain unnoticed to bystanders.

Concept and executing the works are split. The artist sends the concept more or less as a manual. The chosen works will be carried out by a group of volunteers in a weekend in May in a midsize Dutch city.

These volunteers have a double roll. They are participants as well as audience. They are responsible for realising the performances in the best possible way and they are also the ones who can fully experience the works. In fact they become part of it. The public is not excluded in this way but it is actually embedded.

The location and dates of the festival will remain secret. That way the passers-by will be accidental and without knowledge of the occasion.
They have their own aims, their own occupations, their own thoughts.

After the festival a manifestation will be organised and a book will be published. This will of course be announced clearly.

We are now looking for:
-Concepts of live art that fit within the context of the Invisible Art Festival.
A selection committee will be responsible for the program selection.
-Volunteers who are willing to join us for the festival-weekend (2 days) to execute selected concepts in the public space. It is important that the volunteers have the capacity and motivation to act as normal and as inconspicuous as possible in a public situation. An simple audition will be part of the selection procedure.

Open Call:
Please send your artist statement, concept and a (short but adequate) CV to lodge@singel222.nl.
Deadline: January 1st 2014.