Trance in Amsterdam – RETURNS

Title: Trance in Amsterdam – RETURNS
Artist: Anne de Vries
Year: 2020
Size: 201 x 151 x 3,5 cm
Material: 380 g linen canvas, gesso, acrylic paint, oil paint, photography, AI-script, UV-print, aluminum stretcher, aluminum artist frame with coating.


Title: FREEZONE 023

Artist: Anne de Vries

Year: 2020

Dimensions: 79 x 59 x 1.4 Inch  / 201 x 151 x 3,5 cm

Material: Cotton canvas 380 g, gesso, acrylic paint, photography, kierewiet logo, UV-print, aluminum stretcher.


Title: Windy

Artist: Anne de Vries

Year: 2020

Size: 200x150cm

Material and techniques: Linen canvas 380g, gesso, acrylic paint, UV-print, a photograph of trees near the Chelsea piers, with hands from the Rat God by Richard Corben, and a Paris apartment rendered by Bertrand Benoit, oakwood artist frame.

Homo Machina

Title: Homo Machina

Artist: Anne de Vries

Year: 2020

Size: 166x126x4cm

Material: Canvas 380g, Gesso, Paint, Photography, CGI, UV-print, aluminum artist frame.


Title: T.A.Z.
Artist: Anne de Vries
Year: 2018
85 x 56 x 5,5 cm
33.5 x 22 x 2.2 Inch
Material: Chinese ink, acrylic paint, laser print, gesso, narkotek logo, hard foam.

Anarchy in the Hive Mind

Title: Anarchy in the Hive Mind

Artist: Anne de Vries

Year: 2020

Size: 191x141x4,5cm

Material: 380g linen canvas, gesso, photography of plants from REWE, cartoon bees and hornets, UV-print, CGI, double wood stretcher, aluminum artist frame.



Artist: Anne de Vries
Year: 2016 and 2018
Materials: Hardstyle event diorama in a scale of 1:87, presenting several texts produced for this installation.
Materials: sand, stones, wood, plastic, aluminum, paint, PVA, styrofoam, miniature advertisement campaign,
miniature graffiti, miniature truss system, miniature LED projector, miniature Hi-Fi system.


Exhibition view from the 9th Berlin Biennale at the KW in Berlin, and Fries Museum in Groningen.

Air Gap Hold On





Air Gap Hold On
Artist: Anne de Vries
Year: 2012
Material: Stainless steel, Digital print on a towel, Digital print on plastic.
Size: 117 cm x 60 x 8 cm


Air gap (plumbing)
An air gap, as it relates to the plumbing trade, is the unobstructed vertical space between the water outlet and the flood level of a fixture. A simple example is the space between a wall mounted faucet and the sink rim (this space is the air gap). Water can easily flow from the faucet into the sink, but there is no way that water can flow from the sink into the faucet without modifying the system. This arrangement will prevent any contaminants in the sink from flowing into the potable water system by siphonage and is the least expensive form of backflow prevention.


Air gap (networking)
An air gap or air wall is a security measure often taken for computers and computer networks that must be extraordinarily secure. It consists of ensuring that a secure network is physically isolated from insecure networks, such as the public Internet or an insecure local area network. Frequently the air gap is not completely literal, such as via the use of dedicated cryptographic devices that can tunnel packets over untrusted networks while avoiding packet rate or size variation. Even in this case, there is no ability for computers on opposite sides of the air gap to communicate.