OPDOEKEN — Visual artist Jeannette Slütter’s artistic practice consists of site-specific installations, performances and interventions. She brings together various materials and media, such as ceramics, found objects, video or photography in carefully constructed situations. Thus, each work is produced under a unique set of conditions in both space and time.
For RESET, Slütter has created an intervention with a set of covers that conceal and reveal objects of use in the apartment, for example pieces of furniture or performance props. In activating and deactivating these objects by the act of covering, Slütter questions the exhibitionformat as a medium.
Jeannette Slütter graduated from the Fine Arts department of the Royal Academy of Art The Hague in 2015.