Inge Reisberman (NL, Almelo, 1959)

AKI Academy of Art, Enschede, painting, 1984-1989

After lockdown: Rijksmuseum Twenthe – ‘Na de jacht’
06-07/30-11: Commision Amnesty Leiden – Daily Bread
02-07/01-10: Paviljoen Welgelegen Haarlem – Counterpart
10-07/08-08: De Vishal Haarlem – Slow Movements
August: Dubbelportret docu with Aeham Sadoon

(most group shows)

Le Guess Who, international video broadcast
Art-Gallery O-68 – Velp – ‘Noise Reduction’
Art-Gallery O-68 – Velp – ‘Ontgrendeld’
Kadmium – Delft – ‘Metamorphosis’
De Meelfabriek – Leiden – première ‘Closing Time’

Rijksmuseum Twenthe – première ‘Respice Finem’
De Vishal – Haarlem – ‘Continuüm’

Museum De Lakenhal/LUMC galerie – ‘Natuurlijk’
WTC Gallery/Oscar cinema – R’dam – ‘Hemisfeer’
Rijksmuseum Twenthe – Collectie Wilploo
Lisfe Short Film Experience – ‘Dialogue#1’

Rijksmuseum Twenthe – Collectie Wilploo
Lisfe Short Film Experience – non-objective videos
This Art Fair- Amsterdam – ‘Natures Mortes’
Lowlands/Museum De Lakenhal – screening

Stedelijk Museum Schiedam – Collectie Wilploo
De Meelfabriek – première ‘Natures Mortes’
Galerie 37PK – Haarlem – Masterclass 3D results
KCB/Kranenburgh – Bergen – ‘KCB & de Hallen’

Museum De Lakenhal – ‘The Big Draw’
Berlijn – ‘2014 Project Berlin’ – video
Pulchri GrafiekBiënnale – XXL video on print
Zandvoorts Museum – ‘The Elements’ – videos

Museum De Lakenhal/De Meelfabriek – Leiden

1989 – 2011
Painting and photography.
From 2011 focus on video and video installations.

Inge Reisberman (Almelo, 1959) graduated from the AKI Academy of Art in Enschede.
She lives and works in Leiden (NL).

Her work covers the fields of animations, video, video installations, ranged in the ‘slow cinema’ area. Her videos are about perception of time and space and are often based on biblical themes. In longshots she uses substances like flour, salt and water, mostly in an industrial environment. She usually works in series, taking time to connect the substances to the narratives she wants to reveal.

Her video installations are characterized by a balanced relationship between poetry and rawness, between craftsmanship and imagination, in which content and environment come together in a conceptual and sensory way.
The carefully constructed accompanying sounds boost the intense experience of the film in a subtle, but present way. The videos take the viewer into a state of utter concentration and are enchanting in their simplicity.
(text about videoseries Natures Mortes: Museum De Lakenhal)

Museum De Lakenhal

Rijksmuseum Twenthe

Collectie Wilploo

Collectie DUO, collectie Vrijdag, private collections