We introduce you to our newest concept PLAYGROUND at OODE. By creating a playful carpet on our gallery floor, we created an actual playground for art and design. The public can play around with the graphic elements, the furniture and even the art on the walls. A constant changing environment for these pieces, is even for us as a gallery inspiring. New, unexpected combinations are made. Artworks go horizontal, furniture sometimes vertical. We want to show the public that our art is not static. That even at home things can be changed once in a while and perhaps can be placed differently to change our perception and even the relationship we have with our personal items…
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Laura Scheringa (1986, Geleen) is a visual artist. Graduated at the ABKMaastricht in 2008 and at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2011. Laura admires landscapes. Rock formations is one of Laura Scheringa’s first art collection. Rock Formations as a representation of time: layers of history that become visible. A timelapse of earth. In her latest collection (pasty purple) the textures and colours are more close up. Typical in this collection is the use of neon as a background.
We have rescued these lost artpieces from The Foundation of Disinherited goods. We call them orphaned art. For the people that don’t know the background of OODE: we try to rescue art from closed museums, art institutions: orphaned art. You can visit OODE or look online and adopt a piece of art so they get the wall they deserve.
In collaboration with Albert Grosfeld (1931-2014) we provided some orphaned artworks for hotel de L’europe. This beautiful piece was influenced by nature, which he rendered impressionistically in watercolours, oil paints and pastels. We chose this Artwork because of the outstanding colours that compliment the rest of the interieur. For more interieur projects, visit our interior design space.
We present you the first pieces of our newest art collection CAPSULE. This collection is an OODE original.
Outlines of boxes, buildings, shifting patterns and shapes. Made out of textured cardboard – these artworks are always changing depending on the surrounding or point of view.
We at OODE have more art than most people think. In the shop is a chest of drawers full of art. Most of the art in this drawer is orphaned art.
It’s in the drawer because the art isn’t framed. As a result, the art does not get the attention it deserves.
These art pieces are still looking for a new owner. Maybe there’s something in there for you.
Rock formations is one of Laura Scheringa’s first art collection.
Rock Formations as a representation of time: layers of history that become visible. A timelapse of earth.
We at OODE love this collection because of the concept and the beautiful outcome. Every painting has its own story and it is up to you to fill in the story. For more information, just contact us.
Industrial designer Elise Luttik (1983) plays with transparency in her high-end furniture designs. She works with open structures and interesting transparent materials like fabric, silicon and translucent film.
The transparent Prismania collection by Studio Elise Luttink. At one point you can barely see it, take another step and it will show you all the colours of the spectrum due to its design.