Online Exhibition

Case Greenfield

Blank Slate Exhibition

Curator

Case Greenfield

Location

Online Viewing Room

Photographer

Case Greenfield

Online Exhibition

Case Greenfield

Blank Slate Exhibition

Curator

Case Greenfield

Location

Online Viewing Room

Photographer

Case Greenfield

The “Blank Slate” online exhibition shows the most prominent artworks of the art project “Blank Slate” by Case Greenfield.

From the first cave artists in the stone age, Davinci, Bosch, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Klimt, up to Picasso, of course Duchamp, De Kooning, and even Koons or Basquiat. We, artists have been influenced by our predecessors. Again and again. Let it be our mission to bring art a step further. A giant leap. Just like they did.

The Blank SLate art project evolves around the model in many an artist’s mind of being completely (or at least very) original in their creativity. They are not. We are not. No artist ever is. There is no 100% originality in our brain, not even 90 or 80%.

Try it yourself: think of something, anything, that does not exist of one element of existing things or ideas. All artists are connected through ideas, inspiring each-other in an ever-evolving artistic continuum. As artists, we stand on the shoulders of giants. In a way, the Blank Slate project also is a tribute to those giants.

So, we want to stand out, be original, independent, free. How to deal with this? Are our artistic theme and voice all we have?

The Blank Slate exhibition is based on the Blank Slate art project. Use the button to check out the art project.

Blank Slate project

Artworks

So far, there is one finished artwork in the Blank Slate art project. The paint is still drying. 💦 It will be exhibited soon.

Studies

Artist

Case Greenfield

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Case Greenfield (1961) is a Dutch contemporary artist and philosopher. His work evolves around the idea of ‘mind models’, “the realities that we create to shape ourselves”. With his art Case aims to bring joy from beauty, and affirmation of who we are – our narratives and identity.