THE PERFORMANCE BAR 2018
The first night exhibition in The Slash Gallery and Performance Bar.
THE PERFORMANCE BAR is a different night out. Every weekend they organize performances, music and art in the heart of Rotterdam.
They invited STUDIO KLING for a collaboration. She created 9 red and yellow canvasses which transformed the gallery into the KLING universe.
Every piece has been creating within certain boundaries (time/color and frame) and all tell a different story.
During the opening night STUDIO KLING live painted the last piece in front of the audience. Throughout the night performances took place which were inspired by the KLING artworks.
EXPO - BAR NATIONAL PARK MUSEUMNACHT010 2017
BAR is a night club with an progressive and open mind and a platform for young creatives. Not only music is a key in their existence but also art and design.
BARPLUS, as being the creative platform of BAR, has been transformed into BAR National Park, a playful interpretation of landscapes, flora and fauna. STUDIOKLING collaborated with a fashion designer and a fine artist to create a space where they exposed their fascination for the fantastic and surreal.
STUDIOKLING loves to create distorted imagery and blend it into the surreal. Inspired by bioluminescence, she created mesmerizing tableaus of historical creatures from the future.
Creature #1 :Freedom
Creature #2: Fear
Technique: Blacklight paint engraved on perspex
EXPO - COFFEE COMPANY
De Coffee Company Eendrachtsplein Rotterdam gives young creatives a change to exhibit their work.
They asked STUDIOKLING to make a selection of her work, so she chose her 'Poseidon, save the mermaids' collection.
It was exhibited from Oktober 2017 till Januari 2018.
EXPO - ART CAFE 'AVENUE' 2016
Avenue was a pop up art cafe in de centre of Rotterdam. During a short period of time they organized multiple creative events. One of them was hosting the 'Tosti Treffer' event, which is a traveling event throughout Rotterdam, which provides a platform for young local artists. STUDIOKLING was invited to show her work. She exhibited a study of two portraits, evolved into cubistic forms.