On July 12th, Social Impact Factory (SiF) Utrecht will open an exhibition with works by Britt Dorenbosch and Kim van Erven. It is the first exhibition that QKunst, one of the users of the building, organizes as a ‘social return’. For the exhibitions we select artists connected to Utrecht. In addition, we seek to connect with a current theme that is topical with the residents of SiF.
This first exhibition has the theme ‘home’ and investigates when we feel at home somewhere and how objects play a role in this. The artists Britt Dorenbosch and Kim van Erven both, each in their own way, explore how they and we relate to our daily environment.
Dorenbosch captures everyday objects in drawings and paintings. A box of laundry detergent or a plate with melon pieces are a vehicle for her to investigate childhood memories. Van Erven explores why and how people decorate their environment. She is fascinated by the way we experience our environment and which impressions and feelings come to mind.
Opening exhibition at SiF Utrecht