Jeroen Heester is a prize winning architect, publicist and artist.
Works by Heester have been exhibited in musea and art platforms in the Netherlands. His architectural visions have been published both nationally and internationally.
In his studies Heester focussed on the duality mindset in relation to moral relativism and relativity.
Later on his works started to relate to the culture of the destruction of aesthetics in the field of marketing.
Both periodes combined, Heester states: “We are all dancing to the music of our duality mindset on the dancefloor of pragmatism.
It seems as if we have choosen fear and greed -and its equivalents- as a battlefield to spent our entire lives in. I have never been able to ignore that idea. It has become the fundamental theme in my works.”
2006 Dipl. Academy of Architecture (AvB) – Amsterdam University of the Arts (HKA).
1997 Dipl. Landscape Architecture at the University of applied science (VHL), Velp.
Het Noordbrabants Museum, ‘s-Hertogenbosch
NDSM open, Amsterdam (invited guest artist)
W139, Amsterdam (performance)
Maison Descartes – museum of the French Embassy, Amsterdam
EYE Filmmuseum, Amsterdam (opening museumnight)
Passengers terminal, Amsterdam
DeBalie – cultural hotspot, Amsterdam
NDSM werf, Amsterdam
Silhouet. Amsterdam, NDSM werf – public space.
Work in the public space
Silhouet. NDSM werf, Amsterdam.
Good bad, bad good. NDSM loods, Amsterdam
Installatie 1. Various locations, Amsterdam, Rotterdam.
Interviews & presentaties
-Radio Amsterdam: interview
-Metro nieuws: interview
-Maison Descartes: presentation of work 2005-2013 & debate
2011-’12-’13-’14, Tutor in City analyses (Academie of Architecture – Amsterdam.)
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