Animatieprogramma Annesas Appel Bauke Knottnerus Katharina Ludwig Marieke Staps Marieke van Diepen Melle Hammer Nic Roex Niels Schuurmans Nieuwe Heren Nynke Boelens Relly Tarlo

Rhein Triadem
Konrad-Audenauer-Ufer 5-7
D-50668 Cologne

Opening times:
18th-24th January 2010



Monday 18-01-2010
from 15am - soft opening

Relly Tarlo

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The staging of The Dutch Corner is designed by Relly Tarlo. The idea is to create three horizons; an upper, middle and down one. The upper horizon is materialized by light; Neon lamps are hanging down like raindrops. The grid of the floor is a duke-tape-web in collaboration with Annesas Appel. The work of the designers is in the middle and becomes cohesive because of the repetition and spatial effect of the design.

Tarlo starts his education as an interior designer at the KABK in The Hague. After a while he decides to follow his main preoccupation, namely sound and sculpture in correlation to architecture. In 1980 the Tarlo Bedaux Production is founded and together with Jacoba Bedaux (†2002) they grow to be important pioneers of unique sound performances and installations in the Netherlands and abroad. Their motto "playing the space" results into huge sculptural, site specific works and in 1987 RHYTHM PIECE FOR 12 COLUMNS is scheduled at the Documenta 8 in Kassel.

The work is interdisciplinary: a mix of visual arts, architecture and resonance / noise & it explores the functional relationship between architecture, form and sound. The shape of the work is minimal, geometric, symmetric and repetitive. Significant is the choice of industrial - or household material. Well known products for every one. To convert those daily's into a new context, it turns out to be extremely aesthetic.

Tarlo is based in Amsterdam and works as a composer, performer and sculptor.


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