Olle Stjerne (1984) studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie and has just finished his master’s degree at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Before that he studied philosophy. His work has been shown at the Brakke Grond in Amsterdam, Dordt Yart in Dordrecht, Beelden in Leiden, Exhibition Laboratorium in Helsinki, Reaktorhallen KTH and Galleri Mejan in Stockholm, among others. Stjerne lives and works in Amsterdam. Through his sculptures, video projections, photography and light art his spatial installations address the constructions present in both our thinking and our surroundings. Do we construct what we see?
Where business comes to life
World Trade Center Amsterdam (WTC) is a dynamic ‘metropolis’, populated by almost 400 companies, half of which are of foreign origin. WTC is situated at the heart of Amsterdam Zuidas, comprising 115,000 m2 of office space and 11,000 m2 of supporting facilities. All facilities in a small town, such as a drycleaner’s, supermarket, delicatessen, a physical therapy practice and even a dentist can be found here. We highly value ‘connection’, and these facilities make WTC a community. By participating in GET LOST – art route we want to strengthen the connection between corporate life, our surroundings and the cultural world even further.