UGLyD, John Hansard Gallery Exhibition Archive (2016-2017)

Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion (UGLyD) is a project that collects and disperses artwork titles related to an exhibition history. In collaboration with the John Hansard Gallery, Walter van Rijn has aggregated more than 5000 artwork titles from work exhibited in the gallery at the Highfield Campus from the first exhibition in 1980 till the last in 2016.

Symbiotic Fonts

The new font I am going to use for the Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion project is called Being Human.

UGLyD Tape

Tape: Caution Unconsumable Global Luxury Dispersion. Self adhesive vinyl Tape. 55mm x 66m. White vinyl printed tape in red text with SymLogiDin font. Multiple.

UGLyD, A Proposition Exposition (2015)

For this exhibition I archived and catalogued all the physical remains of the artwork I produced during my doctoral research. All objects are boxed up and delivered to the gallery. The condition and display in which these objects are shown is contingent on the choices […]

TITLE(date)

The TITLE(date) project aggregates artwork titles and other metadata from art collections and exhibitions. Art collections in the widest sense can be the works of one artist, an art institutional or private art collection, a collection of ‘favourite’ work on a phone.  For now it […]

Repository for TITLE(date)

I have archived several collections of artwork titles at SourceForge. UGLyD Walter van Rijn: contains a list of titles from my own works, created during my PhD thesis TITLE(date) Hansard: contains a database of artwork titles exhibited between 1 March 2003 and 17 August 2013 […]

Substitution Software Whoisshe

This tool or module was created in 2012 to get an idea what the result might be if you substitute or add words in the place of letters. I created a simple substitution software in AWK to see or read the result. Depending on the […]

Yes we’re open, NIMK, Amsterdam (2012)

Yes we’re open. Exhibition at the Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam, NL in 2012. Online and gallery based collaboration showing digital prints and audio at the last exhibition of the institute.