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Jeroen Erosie

Claudius Prinsenlaan 8
Latex op stucwerk

After the murals by Gino Bud Hoiting, Guido de Boer en Jan van der Ploeg at the Chassé Theatre, we present a new project in the local theatre: Blind Walls Changement. Every year, a different artist will paint this wall in the Struktonfoyer with a design inspired by the theatre.

Artist Jeroen Erosie is the first to create a mural for Blind Walls Changement. Observations in and around the theatre building resulted in a sketchbook full of impressions. With this, Erosie reflects on the architecture of the Chassé Theatre, designed by Herman Hertzberger, and on his on working method. Erosie’s work originates in graffiti-lettering, processing impressions from the urban environment is still at the root of all his work. His impressions are both abstract and traceable. Erosie used a special painting technique that makes it seem like the lines were drawn on with a marker.

Foto door Edwin Wiekens

About the artist

Jeroen Erosie

Eindhoven, NL
Jeroen Erosie’s practice originates from the fluidity and restless process of graffiti lettering. This discipline still leaves a unique mark on all of his work. His canvases, drawings and collages appear like a paused instant in a restless dynamic, a continuous morphing and superimposition of shapes, lines and textures. Jeroen Erosie’s work reflects a poetic journey of rounded forms and geometric lines, a language that channels the natural landscapes of his endless bike rides as much as the architectural observations of the city’s forgotten spaces and cultural symbols.