2011 | Looking at Seeing | Ellen de Bruijne Projects

On Saturday July 21st the event ‘Looking at Seeing’ took place in the gallery. Amidst the exhibition a number of invited artists spoke about their work, inspiration and ideas. The starting-point was a question posed by me on what it means ‘to see’. The talks … Continue reading2011 | Looking at Seeing | Ellen de Bruijne Projects

2011 | Metropolis M – 3 x zomer in Amsterdam

http://metropolism.com/reviews/3-x-zomer-in-amsterdam/ Ellen de Bruijne Projects Summer program: Rune Peitersen and others Summer paintings II: Gerard Kodde 16 juli – 20 augustus Gerard Kodde Rune Peitersen In de expositieruimte van Ellen de Bruijne Projects hangen Rune Peitersens gemanipuleerde foto’s. Peitersen bewerkte talloze grote en kleine foto’s … Continue reading2011 | Metropolis M – 3 x zomer in Amsterdam

2011 | Mousse Contemporary Art Magazine – Rune Peitersen “Looking at Seeing” at Ellen de Bruijne Projects

http://moussemagazine.it/rune-peitersen-looking-at-seeing-at-ellen-de-bruijne-projects-amsterdam/ At Ellen de Bruijne Projects is currently on view the 3rd and final installment of Rune Peitersen’s project, Saccadic Sightings. Last year’s presentation was focused on the relation between art and science, and the position of these two disciplines in relation to our ideas … Continue reading2011 | Mousse Contemporary Art Magazine – Rune Peitersen “Looking at Seeing” at Ellen de Bruijne Projects

2011 | False Focus | Nest

False Focus is based on the idea that our senses and they way they are translated by the brain into an image of reality does not provide us with a reliable idea of reality.
For The artists of False Focus the senses and its translations are reason to provide us with alternative realities, manifested in video’s, photo’s, paintings and installations. … Continue reading2011 | False Focus | Nest

2010 | Rune Peitersen: Digital as Tool

The author (Kimberly Zeluck) gives a nice description of her (online) encounter with the works from ‘Einstein & Bohr’. http://mixmouse.net/blog/?p=6 Rune Peiterson: Digital as Tool Rune Peiterson’s “Saccadic Sightings: Einstein and Bohr”, accessed through Rhizome, is definitely an illustration of the usage of digital technology … Continue reading2010 | Rune Peitersen: Digital as Tool

2010 | Reactie op Bezuiniging op kunst ook eigen schuld

Reactie op Bezuiniging op kunst ook eigen schuld,Ron Rijghard NRC zaterdag 2 oktober. ©Rune Peitersen 2010 Volgens Ron Rijghard stelt kunsteconoom Pim van Klink dat de kunstwereld onder meer door het systeem van ‘peer review’ niet genoeg rekening houdt met “de smaak van ‘de gewone … Continue reading2010 | Reactie op Bezuiniging op kunst ook eigen schuld

2010 | Observing Uncertainty – A Tree in the Forest

‘Observing Uncertainty – A Tree in the Forest’ is part of a larger series of work. Click here to see the whole series. The images of ‘Observing Uncertainty’ are stills from the MobileEye recordings. Superimposed on the single frame is the eyetracking data from the … Continue reading2010 | Observing Uncertainty – A Tree in the Forest

2010 | Black Hole of Vision: On Rune Peitersen’s Saccadic Sightings | Vesna Madzoski

If our eyes were to be turned into a camera, it would be a rather poor device. More precisely, it would not resemble a single-frame snapshot camera, but a video stream of a mostly blurred visual field with only spots of clarity. … Continue reading2010 | Black Hole of Vision: On Rune Peitersen’s Saccadic Sightings | Vesna Madzoski

2010 | Aanhikken | Maria Barnas

In her weekly column in the Dutch NRC Handelsblad, Maria Barnas contemplates the difficulties of grasping Einstein’s theory of relativity and how Andre Klukhuhn’s lecture at the minisymposium made her come closer to an understanding of the fourth dimension. http://weblogs.nrc.nl/cultuurblog/2010/07/18/cs-maria-barnas-aanhikken/   —– CS: Maria Barnas … Continue reading2010 | Aanhikken | Maria Barnas

2010 | Contact – Art as the outer limits of the Universe

CONTACT – ART AS THE OUTER LIMITS OF THE UNIVERSE ©Rune Peitersen 2010 The movie ‘Contact’ (1997) explores different aspects of the traditional positions of science and faith; what is faith and how does faith differ from scientific deduction. It cleverly raises a few questions … Continue reading2010 | Contact – Art as the outer limits of the Universe

2010 | Einstein & Bohr Symposium | Ellen de Bruijne Projects

MINI SYMPOSIUM July 8th Ellen de Bruijne projects Saccadic Sightings: Einstein & Bohr, Rune Peitersen Initiated in 2008, Saccadic Sightings began as a study of visual perception. Using a Mobile Eye, a scientific eye tracking device, Peitersen was able to film his field of view … Continue reading2010 | Einstein & Bohr Symposium | Ellen de Bruijne Projects

2010 | Einstein & Bohr | Ellen de Bruijne Projects

In Dolores Rune Peitersen will be showing the most recent installment, Einstein & Bohr, from his ongoing project Saccadic Sightings from July 3rd to August 28th.

Initiated in 2008, Saccadic Sightings began as a study of visual perception…. … Continue reading2010 | Einstein & Bohr | Ellen de Bruijne Projects

2010 | Scanning the brain is like scanning a computer with no screen.

©Rune Peitersen 2010 Although I have the utmost respect for scientific research and am personally fascinated by the field of neurology, recently I find myself questioning the methods used to gather information about brain activity, namely the measuring of electrical fields or electrical activity in … Continue reading2010 | Scanning the brain is like scanning a computer with no screen.

2010 | The Cartesian theater of The Matrix and Avatar

©Rune Peitersen 2010 Both The Matrix and, more recently, Avatar feature the ability of the protagonist(s) to transfer their mind/consciousness to another (virtual) body. The premise seems to be Cartesian. The human consciousness is trapped somewhere inside our head or brain, but if we were … Continue reading2010 | The Cartesian theater of The Matrix and Avatar