RijN – Walter van Rijn
Walter van Rijn (artist) works and lives in the U.K. Recent installations and sound art include the exhibition ‘Strange Strolls’ in Fremantle, Western Australia. In this exhibition the public chooses an audio walk from various artists. The public is directed outside and walk the streets hearing the sounds on a headphone. Walter is currently studying at the Winchester School of Art – MA Fine Art by Project, funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council. He is researching the dialogue between tactile and digital technologies using installation and sound.
2006 Drawing Spaces: picturing knowledge. -[Now on show] Group exhibition in the Hartley Library Southampton.
2006 Transform < Ellipse,- NOC Southampton. 2005 Strange Strolls - A sound project for the Fremantle Festival, Western Australia. 2005 Man With a Fly Whisk and a Trident- Otter Gallery, University of Chichester,Curated by Paul Wilson, initiated by Artel. Installation and sound art in response to the Otter Gallery collection. 2004 Eternal Body of Man- Solo multi-media installation, paintings and prints, Mill Studio, Arundel. 2004 Co-Habitation-, Installation at Coed Hills RA, in conjunction with tactileBosch, MoreFront and Chapter in Cardiff, Wales. 2004 Create-, installation at Easton Lodge Gardens, Warwick House, Essex. 2004 Eternal Body of Man- land art installation at Chilgrove, West Sussex. 2004 EBOM-8 multi-media installation for the artOne Building, University of Chichester. RijN participates in