Martijn VELDHOEN (1962, Netherlands) was educated at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam from 1979 till 1984. Since the mid-1980s he has been active in many multidisciplinary projects involving music, sculpture, installations, performances, video and later also film. His work focuses on the human condition and on philosophical questions about life and contemporary society - gender, progress and technology, love and relationships. He lives and works in Amsterdam.
Status Quo (1994, instal), Ludwig (1996, instal), Dislocations (1998, instal), Momentum (2003), (Why Do I Keep Going) Forward (2004, short), Public Spaces (2006, short), Re-constructions (2009, short), BRIDGE (2010, instal), The Evident Importance of Mobile Communication (2012, instal), Illusion of Control (2012, instal), Illusion of Control 2 (2012, instal), Unwanted Serenity 2 (2012, instal), Tijd en plaats, een gesprek met mijn moeder/Time and Place, a Talk with My Mom (2015, short doc)