I tend to see the world as one...

by Sonja van Kerkhoff, 1992

I tend to see the world as One by Sonja van Kerkhoff, is a limited edition print-object of a joker-baby with text that looks at the meaning of contradictions         

The text above reads:

I tend to see the world as one, despite its differences

The text underneath reads:
the theology of providence begins with the doctrine of chance

Silkscreen print on cardboard,
18.5 x 26.5 x 1 cm.
On the back there is a silkscreen of a double-tailed snake.
Edition of 27.

There is a variation that flips in a wooden bracket.


2008    Threads of the Day Leids Wevershuis, Leiden Museum of Weaving, Leiden, The Netherlands.

2004"Greenwich and Docklands Festival Fringe", Gallery Fresh, London, U.K.

1992Graduation Exhibition, Maastricht School of Visual Arts, , Maastricht, The Netherlands.

In Private Collections
in The Netherlands and Aotearoa | New Zealand. Edition of 27.

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