Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Art

Minne Kersten

Three individual images positioned vertically. The top image show a white walls with a lamp, a shelf and a door. The centre image has a grainy texture and shows a bedroom space, and the bottom image focusses on a shelf unit which contains clothing, books, and toiletries.
A bedroom space with white walls filled with a bed, a computer chair and storage furniture. On the floors sits open books and cables.
A room with white walls and floors and large windows with natural light streaming in. At the centre of the room is an art installation of a home space featuring a storage furniture and a partially obscured armchair.
A room large room with wooden floors. In the centre is a large screen with a black speaker on either side. On the screen is an image of a bedroom partially submerged under water.

Minne Kersten lives and works in Amsterdam. Her work has been presented in numerous institutions including the Bonnefanten Museum 2023, 16th Lyon Biennale 2022, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam 2022, the Living Art Museum 2022, Hotel Maria Kapel 2021, HISK Brussel 2021, Haus Wien 2021, and De Ateliers 2020, among others. In 2022 she was awarded the Volkskrant Visual Arts Audience Award and was nominated for the Royal Award of Modern Painting. She has been selected for residencies at De Ateliers 2018-2020, Triangle Astérides 2023, and Cité Internationale Des Arts 2024. She is represented by Annet Gelink Gallery in Amsterdam.


  • Programme
    Where I'm calling from
    A bedroom which is partially submerged under water. Items including shoes, and a bicycle helmet float on the surface of the water.