0/10 Lernert & Sander

Left projector by Lernert & Sander photo by ADULT Right : Installation 0/10 ’16 mm’ by Lernert & Sander, photo by Lonneke van der Palen


Iconic Dutch Design is recontexualized by a younger generation in the jubilee exhibition of contemporary design publisher Thomas Eyck. In collaboration with Zuiderzee Museum and curator Jules van den Langenberg this section is first to publish a series of new projects.
To mark his jubilee ten product series were selected from Thomas Eyck’s collection, which are exemplary for the collaborations the publisher & distributor has developed with designers and producers since 2007. Accordingly, ten young designers, artists and architects were invited to create a project in which the iconic t.e. objects are studied and recontextualised. The retrospective exhibition reviews the past decade and forecasts a potential future for the t.e. collection. Installation 0/10 by artists and filmmakers Lernert & Sander is a reflection on the craft businesses with which Thomas Eyck has collaborated in the past decade.
Artists and filmmakers Lernert & Sander reflect on The work serves as an introduction to the exhibition. It consists of a film projector that projects its own birth using tangible 16mm film. The film shows a number of the workshops where the parts of the projector are re-created, in wicker, porcelain, flax, copper, oak and leather. Pewter, glass and paper are also used, but are not shown in the film.

This project celebrates attention and time, the core values ​​of Thomas Eyck.
The projector includes the following components:

*the handle is made of wicker and woven by ESH Vlechtwerk in Wapse (Drenthe)

*the buttons are made of pewter, cast by Flevotin of Zeewolde (Flevoland)

*the light and lens housing are made of porcelain, shaped and fired by StudioZAND in Amersfoort (Utrecht)

*the film reel is copper, forged by Dubbelop in Schoonhoven (South Holland)

*an extra film reel (not used here) is made of glass, blown by Van Tetterode Glass Studio in Amsterdam (North Holland)

*the cord is made of flax, made by Touwslagerij Steenbergen of Gorssel (Gelderland)

*the projector arms and parts of the film reel and film canister are made of oak and constructed by Kuperus & Gardenier of Lelystad (Flevoland)

*the exterior and the back cover of the film canister are made of leather, sewn by De Buffel in Terheijden (North Brabant)

*the projection surface is paper, created by Eijffinger of Zoetermeer (South Holland)
The exhibition 10 Years of Thomas Eyck is open until 14 May 2017 at Zuiderzee Museum Enkhuizen


Left: Installation 0/10 ’16 mm’ by Lernert & Sander, photo by ADULT Right : Everything by Lernert & Sander


Installation 0/10 ’16 mm’ by Lernert & Sander, photo by Lonneke van der Palen


Left : Installation 0/10 ’16 mm’ by Lernert & Sander, photo by Lonneke van der Palen .Right : Installation 0/10 ‘16mm’ by Lernert & sander, photo by Lonneke van der Palen


Jubilee Exhibition Group photo by Lonneke van der Palen