& Sajoscha Talirz
Simon Wald-Lasowski (1980) is a graphic designer, but after graduating from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie his interest turned to photography. He is fascinated by the seemingly worthless objects our consumer society produces. By embracing these objects and glorifying their triviality he tries to highlight the absurdity of the mundane and thus to respond to profound issues of the human condition. During his residency at the Jan van Eyck Academie (2017) his interest in photography shifted toward questioning the medium itself, and he has since expanded his practice to the development of installations.
Sajoscha Talirz (1979) operates at the intersection of spatial design and visual arts. He studied Interior architecture at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague and apart from designing furniture and interiors he also creates (user) objects for public space. Material experiment and playing with unexpexted results in the manufacturing process is typical for his working method.
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GET LOST is a wonderful initiative, giving talented young artists the opportunity to prove themselves. Being a young real estate development we know how important that first chance is. That is why we support GET LOST- art route 2018.