During the DDW the NEW studio of Niels Hoebers will open it's doors for a big Improvisation Stop motion Animation show.

He will team-up with all his visitors of the DDW and will create an on going animation during these days. As he animates non-stop, you will provide him with content, choosing objects and more from the studio archive.

The stop motion animation studio of Niels Hoebers featuring works that is using real physical materials, texture, lights and colors, creating lively stop motion animation films with a clear signature.

Collaborations with other artists is an essential part of the studio existence and finds it one of the most inspiring and satisfying parts of his work.

So let’s make this DDW the BIGGEST COLLABORATION EVER !!!

Location

Sectie-C: Hall 08
Daalakkersweg 8-40
5641JA Eindhoven

Map No. 102


East Area

Accessible for disabled, Toilets, Dogs allowed, WiFi, Open after 18.00 hours, Kidsproof

Opening hours

Sat 21 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Sun 22 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Mon 23 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Tue 24 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Wed 25 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Thu 26 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Fri 27 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Sat 28 Oct 11:00 - 21:00
Sun 29 Oct 11:00 - 21:00

Colofon

Exhibition design: Niels Hoebers
Photography: Niels Hoebers
Film: Niels Hoebers

Organized by Niels Hoebers Stop motion studio

Niels Hoebers graduated in 2010 Cum laude at the Design Academy Eindhoven with the Stop Motion animation: Walter, a dialogue with the imagination and his stop motion workset the Motion Cabinet.

Through imagination, creativity and his own signature, objects come to life and given a context where everything is possible.

His animation studio developed rapidly in the last 7 years. Animating all sorts of projects for several companies, Museums and TV. But always on the lookout for inspiring collaboration with fellow artists. Like he did before with: Borre Akkersdijk, Nacho Carbonell, Maarten Baas, Studio RENS, Dirk vander kooij and more....

Email: info@nielshoebers.nl
Website: http://www.nielshoebers.com
Telephone: +31 (0)629574483