Krijn Christiaansen and Cathelijne Montens (KCCM) participate in ceramics expo at the Portrait Society Gallery in Milwaukee

14 March 2014 — 19 April 2014
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Krijn Christiaansen and Cathelijne Montens (KCCM) participate in a group expo at the Portrait Society Gallery in Milwaukee. 

F(c), an exhibition curated by Ariel Brice (artist and lecturer in Ceramics at University of Wisconsin-Madison), presents the work of Krijn Christiaansen & Cathelijne Montens of KCCM, Thomas Müller and Stephanie Davidson & Georg Rafailidis of Touchy-Feely, from March 19 through April 12. All of the participants in this exhibition have taken part in artist residencies at sundaymorning@ekwc located in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. Formerly titled the European Ceramic Workcentre, sundaymorning@ekwc is an internationally renowned ceramic work centre where visual artists, designers, architects and other creative professionals can explore the artistic possibilities of ceramics.

The exhibition is organized by NCECA, the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, fostering global education and appreciation for the ceramic arts.

The work by Krijn Christiaansen en Cathelijne Montens featured in the exhibition, ‘Modular Landscape’, was made using an extrusion technique which is also used in the industrial production of ceramic building blocks.

The exhibit will open on March 20 and will run through April 12, with an opening reception on March 19 from 7-11pm.

On Friday, March 14 at 4:30pm, a lecture is given by Ariel Brice in Room L150, in the Conrad Elvehjem Building. On Saturday, March 15, from 10am-4pm, a workshop will be given by Krijn Christiaansen and Cathelijne Montens. Please RSVP if you wish to attend to Ariel Brice (brice2 at wisc.edu). 

About KCCM

KCCM was founded by Krijn Christiaansen (1978) and Cathelijne Montens (1978). The work of these two young Dutch designers explores the ways public spaces and landscapes are made, used, lived in, transformed and shaped by people. Their research and design interventions emanate from their home and studio in Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands to global locations such as Serbia, Romania, Indonesia, Hungary, Japan, and most recently, to the Portrait Society Gallery in the USA. They teach design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.