Credit: Blender

Lilian: “In my work, I speculate about a future where we are surrounded by an entire digital physical world, where Led displays are applied to architecture, material and objects. Spatiality and material are only images or moving images on the objects. Marble can drip, existing (recognizable) forms and objects, now empty of meaning or function, can be changed or reused as works of art.

The two prototypes / sculptures at Highlight Delft are part of this theme from which I have been working for some time and combines notions of materiality, surface and representation in an increasingly connected digital world.

Lilian on the creation of her work: ‘In blender I created the forms from existing 3d models and newly created forms. Like the prototype created from a 3d scan of an iron.

Small pieces with programmable mircoled lights have been applied to the objects making the speculation of a future with three-dimensional screen-skin a reality.’

Take notice: limited capacity.

About Lilian Kreutzberger

Lilian Kreutzberger (b. 1984, the Netherlands), studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, the Hague, BFA, The New School for Design: Parsons, NY, MFA and at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, post-academic. Kreutzberger’s work has been exhibited at the Kunstmuseum, The Hague; the Royal Palace, Amsterdam; World Expo 2010, Shanghai; The Last Brucennial, NY; The Kitchen, NY, and CINNNAMON Gallery.

Kreutzberger was nominated for the NN Awards 2021. She was awarded a grant from the Mondriaan Fund, a Fulbright Scholarship, and won the Buning Brongers Award for painting. She was selected for residencies at EKWC, ISCP, Brooklyn, Eyebeam, Brooklyn, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens; Existentie Labo 5, Ghent Belgium (BE) amongst others.

Instagram: @liliankreutzberger


Thanks to

Thanks to Crossing Parallels, Tu Delft, Municipality of Delft, Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, the Mondriaan Fund, and Max Mahieu for his (technical) contribution.