Merel van ´t Hullenaar
Plantage Middenlaan 27
1018 DB Amsterdam
The Netherlands

+31 (0)6 41368412


Thijs van Hoof

Antoine Bertaudière
Angeline Ostinelli

Merel van ’t Hullenaar lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She studied the Fine Art at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and attended the post graduate program of the Sandberg Institute; both in Amsterdam. Her work can be defined by its eclectic nature and investigates fusing contradictions between opposing cultures, art fields
and natural and/or cultural environments without declaring the victory of one over the other. The works she makes is often contextualized by the use of research materials vs. man-made objects and imagery as part of the exhibition display.

Currently she is working on the project
The Man Made History Of Today, a research project using a calendric system as a base to generate an international image exchange, resulting in an archive that holds personal narratives, and cultural backgrounds within the wider context of historiography. Contributors and assemblers from diverse fields are invited to play a role in creating arbitrary man-made histories resulting in a visual archive
and various print-media outings called Versions.