By: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Publication date: 19 Jun 2013

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Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen has launched a new exhibition format called ‘Sensory Spaces’. American artist Oscar Tuazon has kicked off this new series. In the open space of the Willem van der Vorm Gallery, located in the museum's free entrance area, Tuazon has arranged several sculptural constructions. The artist combines architecture and sculpture, and changes the viewer’s perception of the space: the classical museum experience of ‘looking’ becomes one of ‘experiencing’. 

In this video, Oscar Tuazon explains how his work is created. Francesco Stocchi, curator Modern and Contemporary Art, introduces the series Sensory Spaces and the artist.

Sensory Spaces 1 – Oscar Tuazon is on view from 8 June until 29 September 2013.

With the generous support of Ammodo

Thanks to: Antoine Rocca, Rianne Schoonderbeek, Francesco Stocchi, Oscar Tuazon, Galerie Eva Presenhuber (Zurich), Maccarone Gallery (New York)

Direction and photos: Sandra Fauconnier
Camera: Ruben van de Broeke, Robert Koster
Editing: Caroline Hoeberechts
Mix: Henk-Jelle de Groot
Grading: Laurent Fluttert
Music: Tyrannic Toy: Blackroad (