Giny Vos
Projects
All Public Temporary
Songlines of Daily Life, 2021

Stockholm, Sweden

Last Horizon, 2020

Centre for International Light Art, Unna, Germany

De Delta, 2019

Vereniging Hogescholen en SIA

Space of Light, 2019

Vedute collection

Monument voor Jan Zwartendijk, 2018

Kaunas, Litouwen 

Licht-Wegen, 2018

Courthouse Breda

Levitate, 2018

In the former 'koepelgevangenis'

Pitch Dark, 2017

Various locations, amongst others in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

I'll be your mirror, 2016

Stadsschouwburg, Utrecht

Sjamaan, 2016

DordtYart, Dordrecht

Swing, 2015

Beeckestein, Velsen-Noord 2014 / Huize Frankendael, Amsterdam

Passage de la Baleine, 2015

Oude Lombardsteeg, Leeuwarden

Gabriël, 2014

DordtYart, Dordrecht 

Possibility Plant, 2014

Education executive agency & Tax office, Groningen

Light Gig, 2013

LantarenVenster, Rotterdam 

The Window of Your Eyes, 2012

Provincial Government Building Drenthe, Assen

The White Cube, 2012

Nieuwezijds Armsteeg, Amsterdam

Interference, 2012

Viaduct Amstelveen; Keizer Karel Galerie (K2G)

Elektrowachter, 2011

Weidevenne, Purmerend

Round and Round, 2011

KunstKapel Zuidas, Amsterdam 

Cinema Today, 2011

Glow Festival, Eindhoven

Hope, 2011

Cityscapes Gallery, Amsterdam 2011

Seeing without being seen, 2010

Kromhout Barracks, Utrecht

New Face, 2009

Azelo intersection, Deventer

Crystal Palace, 2009

Elicium RAI, Amsterdam

White Noise, 2009

Alticomtoren, Amsterdam

Fright Light, 2008

Galerie Jos Art, Amsterdam 2008

Second Thought, 2008

Stadsbalkon Centraal Station, Groningen

Travelling Sand, 2008

Railway Station Square, Apeldoorn

Miracle in Between, 2008

Ramlila Ground, New Dehli

The Illuminated Room, 2007

Limospark, Nijmegen

Call - The Painted Chat, 2006

Westpoortbeheer, Amsterdam

Solar Treasure, 2006

Shell Headquarters, The Hague 

Körper in Körper, 2006

SportPlaza Mercator, Amsterdam

Black Light, 2004

Kunstenlab, Deventer

There's no place like home, 2003

Shopping centre Snel en Polanen, Woerden

Spacesaver, 2003

Hogeschool Domstad, Utrecht

Le poeme electronique 2, 2002

Breitnertoren Headquarter Phillips, Amsterdam

Lost and found, 2001

Hortustunnel Amsterdam

Sjoert Daor, 2001

Stadskantoor Tilburg

Lust for Life, 2000

Museum Naturalis Leiden

Another red letter day, 2000

Kunst en Bedrijf Scholengemeenschap Sprengeloo Apeldoorn

What are words worth, 1999

Kunst en Bedrijf Calscollege IJsselstein

Poetry garden, 1998

Zwembad De Hoorn Alphen aan den Rijn

Bolletje, 1997

Galerie Oele Amsterdam

Time and time again 2, 1997

Galerie Oele Amsterdam

Castle for Mike, 1997

Brooklyn Heights Promenade New York

As seen on television, 1997

Galerie Oele Amsterdam

The things that dreams are made of, 1997

 

 

Here is looking at you, 1996

City Space Culturele Hoofdstad Kopenhagen

Gate of paradise, 1996

Kunst en Bedrijf Nienoordcollege Leek

Killroy was here, 1995

Zuiderbad Amsterdam

Head Room, 1994

Algemeen Rijksarchief, Den Haag

In the company of, 1993

Museum Arnhem

Time and time again, 1993

Winschoter Dollard College Winschoten

Grensscène, 1991

De Gang - De Tuin Beuningen

Seasonal flowers, 1990

Biënnale, Tokyo

Eure guns unser streben, 1989

Berlijn/ Amsterdam/Berlijn West/DDR/Madrid/Bahnhof Westend

Bien trouvé, 1989

Museum Arnhem

Nature Morte, 1988

Galerie René Coelho Amsterdam

12 sculptures with surveillance, 1988

Stedelijk Museum Schiedam 

National Signals, 1987

De Balie in Amsterdam was officially opened on 15 January 1987. The invitation to provide audiovisual backup for the opening resulted in the film project ‘National Signals’. Details of majorettes and a drum band were projected with twelve film projectors and twelve film loops from the offices that surrounded the room for festivities. The images were projected onto white screens surrounded by draperies that had been set up in place of doors. The majorettes and the musicians moved from one doorway to the next and vice versa. The images were accompanied by the loud sounds of the composition National Signals.

Wildebeest, 1986

Aorta / De Aanloop Amsterdam

Work To Do, 1985

Marconiplein Rotterdam

Golden Years, 1984

ZWN Lerarenopleiding Delft

Giovanni Arnolfini and his young wife, 1984

ZWN Lerarenopleiding Delft 1984 / Berlin Art Week Berlin 2014/The Time is Right For... Summerhall, Edinburgh 2017