An artistic life on Rack 213

An artistic life on Rack 213

As previously mentioned, CODA houses the full collection of Onno Boekhoudt’s artistic legacy; his work, experiments and the many many objects he collected, including the bench pins/pegs pictured below. Onno’s work and collections from the CODA archive,...
Playing with holes

Playing with holes

In a 1937 interview with Henry Moore, who famously made holes a feature of his sculpture, he said: The hole connects one side to the other, making it immediately more three-dimensional. A hole can itself have as much shape-meaning as a solid mass. Sculpture in air is...
Moving from plans to action

Moving from plans to action

In the context of jewellery, Onno believed the hole was the essence. “The hole is the inside of the piece, it touches the body, is intimate and personal – and that, according to Boekhoudt, was what it was all about, although with jewellery it is, in fact,...
Making a start

Making a start

THE YEAR THAT IS HS5: Handshake5 comprises a masterclass with Roseanne Bartley and a series of coaching sessions with Roseanne, Vernon Bowden, James Anderson and Sian van Dyk, all to support the making of work for two exhibitions occurring later this year. The first,...

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