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2017 World Expo 2017 Astana, Kazachstan

2017 Rijksmuseum Twenthe, ik speel dus ik ben 

2016 Kunstschouw, inspiratiecentrum Grevelingen

2016 Beelden in Gees, Gees

2015 Interart Beeldentuin, Heeswijk-Dinther

2014 Interart Beeldentuin, Heeswijk-Dinther

2013 Expositie Landgoed Duin & Kruitberg

2013 Beeldentuin Marienheem

2012 De Lage oorsprong, Oosterbeek

2012 Expositie Landgoed Duin & Kruitberg

2011 Galerie Sous Terre, Lithoijen

2011 PidG, Zaltbommel

2011 De Kunstkwekerij, Worgum

2011 Denk Exposeert, Santpoort

2010 Dynamic Art Delta, Kamperland Zeeland

2010 Tussenruimte-presikhaaf, Arnhem

2010 LandArt initiatief Valkenswaard

2010 Kunstexpositie Landgoed Duin & Kruidberg Santpoort

2009 Kunstexperiment Homo Ludens, Leeuwarden

2009 Pracht in Gracht, Zaltbommel

2009 Kunst Moment Diepenheim, Galerie Erven

2009 Windart Travemünde, Travemünde

2008 Tree Art, Arnhem

2008 Kunst in de kleedkamer, Gelredome Vitesse Arnhem

2007 Kunst te water, Arnhem

2006 Kunstkamer, Naarden

2005 Eusebius, Arnhem


2017 Solar Mobile, Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede

2016 Solar Mobile, Alliander Duiven

2015 Wind sculpture, Linde College Wolvega

2012 Wind sculpture, Landgoed Larensteijn Velp

2012 Welkomssculptuur, op-art sculpture, FLORIADE / Venlo

2011 Solar Energy Game-Sculpture, Helicon Opleidingen

2009 North Water afvalwaterzuivering B.V., Delfzijl

2009 Waterbedrijf Groningen, Groningen

2008 Groningen Seaports, Delfzijl

Private collections.

Translating energy into motion

These kinetic sculptures can tell with rhythm and melody, a dynamic story; Motion is becoming the extra dimension. My sculptures are brought in motion by wind, water or solar energy or by interacting with human beings. The sculpture is never the same. It is constant changing and it is always in a moment of change. I always aim for a non-predictical motion of my kinetic sculptures.  Like watching the clouds moving in the sky, or like a campfire you can dream by the motion of the sculptures.

Bert Schoeren studied Industrial Design Engineering at the Technical University of  Delft and started after graduation to work as an exhibit designer at the Nemo, Science en Technology Centre in Amsterdam. An interactive museum/theme park where visitors can play interactively with exhibits. The second floor, his area, had the theme Energy. He designed amongst others wind, solar and water exhibits. The first step towards kinetic sculptures. He designed objects in public space, especially street furniture and cardboard and wooden furniture and objects for design stores, museum stores and galleries: like The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Vitra Design Museum.